Translation of pipette in Spanish:

pipette

pipeta, n.

Pronunciation: /paɪˈpɛt//pɪˈpɛt/

noun

  • 1

    pipeta feminine
    • Application of pressure through the recording pipette accelerated the positive shift and removal of pressure simply slowed the shift.
    • The caudal medulla was exposed to insert a microinjection pipette into the XII nucleus.
    • It has developed technology that is used in extremely low volume pipettes and instruments that dispense minute droplets of liquid.
    • The pipette tip was placed 5-10 m above the dish surface.
    • Next, they took an unfertilized egg from a second sheep and removed its DNA, carefully sucking it out with a thin glass tube called a pipette.
    • Use a pipette to make two or three long lines of water down the desk.
    • The hard glass pipes of ‘Borosil’ make, used as pipettes and burettes in chemical laboratories, are his raw material.
    • The apertures replace the tip of glass pipettes commonly used for patch clamp recording.
    • The kit contains test tubes, pipettes, funnels and other lab materials necessary for multiple experiments and activities.
    • Patch pipettes were filled with the same 100 MM KCl solution.
    • Most techniques for monitoring whole-cell membrane capacitance work by applying a voltage stimulus via a patch pipette and measuring the resulting currents.
    • Then, a small glass pipette was positioned near the cell.
    • The organic phase was transferred with a disposable pipette, and the aqueous phase was extracted twice more with the same solvents.
    • I showed the candidates how to use a pipette - a hand-held tool for manipulating small volumes of liquid - and invited them to have a go.
    • Once when he tried to suck up liquid in a pipette while testing metals, he accidentally sucked some of the dangerous liquid into his mouth.
    • A constricted glass pipette was used to mechanically separate cells from each other.
    • The pipette was attached to the test tank 2 cm above the water surface, creating a perturbation on the surface when water was dripped into the aquarium.
    • This material was transferred to 1.5 ml Ependorff tubes with pipettes.
    • DNA was dialysed by inserting the DNA sample with a pipette into dialysis tubing and securing the ends with clips.
    • Preparation of patch pipettes and electrophysiological instruments were the same as described above.
    • The inner diameter was measured by inserting a probe pipette with a known diameter profile (characterized by scanning electron microscopy).
    • Lambda pipettes are used to transfer very small liquid volumes down to 1 microliter.