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  • n. Plural form of nanoliter.


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  • It used just 300 nanoliters of blood and yielded results in 5 seconds, as good or better than anything else on the market.

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  • The TearLabR Osmolarity Test, that enables eye care practitioners to test for highly sensitive and specific biomarkers using nanoliters of tear film at the point-of-care, is the first assay developed for the award winning TearLab Osmolarity System.

  • The sample size of the MEMS rheometer is about 5 nanoliters.

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  • Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have demonstrated a microminiaturized device that can make complex viscosity measurements-critical data for a wide variety of fields dealing with things that have to flow-on sample sizes as small as a few nanoliters.

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  • The TearLab(R) Osmolarity System uses a novel lab-on-a-chip approach that requires less than 50 nL (nanoliters) of tear fluid in order to measure tear Osmolarity.

    CPT Code for TearLab Osmolarity Test Published by the American Medical Association - Yahoo! Finance

  • Mere nanoliters of cell material and antibodies are needed for the experiments, reducing cost and maximizing the information obtained from a single sample.

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  • The NEW PDS-100 is a Programmable Dispensing System which uses precision stepper motors to control delivery from 500 nanoliters per dispense up to 2 liters per minute continuous flow.


  • Our engineering team, led by Dr. Benjamin Sullivan and Steve Zmina, along with our dedicated partners, Minifab & Invetech, worked tirelessly to overcome the many challenges of establishing a product capable of precisely measuring a diagnostic marker in 50 nanoliters of tears within seconds while maintaining a simple user interface for a technician to achieve repeatable results in an office setting. News Articles

  • A tiny battery with two droplets, each containing just 200 nanoliters of solution, could deliver electricity for almost 10 minutes.

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  • Thomas Tisone (BioDot, Inc.) will report on an integrated system that can maneuver a substrate and deliver a drop-on-demand in a variety of formats, with volumes over the range 10-5,000 nanoliters, with impact spot sizes of 300-5,000 microns, and with rates from one up to 300 per second.

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