Assay transfer failures can result in significant delays in projects and manufacturing, additional costs, and incomparable data. Read the following tips designed to help facilitate assay transfers within and between laboratories.
Training operators in modern quality control methods and current analytical techniques, and adoption of robust quality systems, will be vital in order to manufacture sufficient vaccine for the world’s entire population.
Don’t let variation in pipetting technique steer important test results off course. Achieve accurate, precise results by understanding and managing variations in operating technique, and ways to control and minimize those risks.
Working with countless laboratory directors, technologists, instrumentation engineers and scientists over the years we have seen the lab environment as a key stumbling block to trustworthy test and assay results.
In the second of our four-part series, we highlight how humidity affects pipetting by visiting Olympic National Park in Washington State, home to the Pacific Northwest’s largest remaining acreage of undisturbed rainforest.
When the temperature of a liquid sample is significantly different from the air temperature of the surrounding environment, just how much inaccuracy should you expect, and what can you do to minimize the resulting variability?