low Retention pipet tips are specifically designed for applications requiring high accuracy and reproducibility especially pipetting viscous liquides in complex reactions such as PCR, RT PCR, and DNA sequencing. Pipetting viscous liquids also creates pipetting problems due to the inability to expel fluid because of surface adhesion between the liquid and the inside of the pipet tip. This fluid retention can be quite a problem because of residual liquid typically remain in the pipette tip after the operation.
Poor manufacturing processes can lead to low quality tips with inconsistent wall thickness, surface finish, and material composition.
Low quality materials can lead to pipette tips that are brittle, break easily, and are prone to leaching.
Poor storage conditions such as extreme temperatures, humidity, and exposure to light can affect the quality of pipette tips.
Rough handling of the pipette tips can cause damage to the tips and lead to inaccurate measurements.
Older pipette tips may have degraded due to environmental conditions or improper storage, leading to lower quality performance.
Low retention pipette tips should be cleaned before and after use. Wipe the outside with a lint-free cloth and ethanol. Immerse the tips in a cleaning solution for at least one hour and rinse them with deionized water. After use, store the tips in a sealed container away from direct sunlight. Make sure to change the cleaning solution regularly and keep the container dry. Furthermore, regular inspections should be performed to check for any signs of wear or damage.
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