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What does pastette stand for?

pastette stands for Pasteur pipette

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Domestic customers of Organomation will be able to place credit card orders for popular accessories, such as Pasteur Pipette Adapters (catalog number NA0636), for Organomation's popular N-EVAP nitrogen evaporator product line.
Common types of medical waste include pathological waste (tissues, organs, body parts, and body fluids removed during surgery and autopsy), human blood and blood products (blood, serum, plasma), contaminated sharps such as needles, syringes, scalpel blades, lancets, pasteur pipettes, and broken glass and finally contaminated animal carcasses, body parts, bedding and related wastes that may have been exposed to infectious agents during research, production of biologicals, or testing of pharmaceuticals.
Product Overview II-4 Pipettes and Pipettors - A Ubiquitous Labware II-4 Categorization of Pipettes and Pipettors by Operating Technology II-4 Electronic Pipettors II-4 Advantages of Electronic Pipettors over Mechanical Pipettors II-4 Working II-5 Programmable Modes II-5 Mechanical Pipettors II-5 Glass Pipettes II-5 Pasteur Pipettes II-6 Serological Pipettes II-6 Plastic Pipettes II-6 Dropstirs II-6 Plastic "Graduated Pipettes" II-6 Plastic "Thin Stem Pipette" II-6 Plastic "Micro Tip Pipette" II-6 Pipette Tips II-6 Categorization of Pipettes and Pipettors by Liquid Handling Capacity II-7 Macro Pipettors II-7 Micro Pipettors II-7 Pipette Aids and Accessories II-7 Pipette Aids II-7 Accessories II-9 Heat Sealer II-9 Pipette Filler II-9 Factors Influencing Purchase of Pipettes II-10 3.
Product Overview II-4 Pipettes and Pipettors - A Ubiquitous Labware II-4 Categorization of Pipettes and Pipettors by Operating Technology II-4 Electronic Pipettors II-4 Advantages of Electronic Pipettors over Mechanical Pipettors II-4 Working II-5 Programmable Modes II-5 Mechanical Pipettors II-5 Glass Pipettes II-5 Pasteur Pipettes II-6 Serological Pipettes II-6 Plastic Pipettes II-6 Dropstirs II-6 Plastic "Graduated Pipettes" II-6 Plastic "Thin Stem Pipette" II-6 Plastic "Micro Tip Pipette" II-6 Pipette Tips II-6 Categorization of Pipettes and Pipettors by Liquid Handling Capacity II-7 Macro Pipettors II-7 Micro Pipettors II-7 Pipette Aids and Accessories II-7 Pipette Aids II-7 Accessories II-9 Heat Sealer II-9 Pipette Filler II-9 Factors Influencing Purchase of Pipettes II-10 3.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW 9 Pipettes and Pipettors - An Ubiquitous Labware 9 Categorization of Pipettes and Pipettors by Operating Technology 9 Electronic Pipettors 9 Advantages of Electronic Pipettors over Mechanical Pipettors 9 Working 10 Programmable Modes 10 Mechanical Pipettors 10 Glass Pipettes 11 Pasteur Pipettes 11 Serological Pipettes 11 Plastic Pipettes 11 Dropstirs 11 Plastic "Graduated Pipettes" 11 Plastic "Thin Stem Pipette" 11 Plastic "Micro Tip Pipette" 12 Pipette Tips 12 Categorization of Pipettes and Pipettors by Liquid Handling Capacity 12 Macro Pipettors 12 Micro Pipettors 12 Pipette Aids and Accessories 12 Pipette Aids 12 Description of Few Leading Pipette Aids 13 Accessories 15 Heat Sealer 15 Pipette Filler 15 Factors Influencing Purchase of Pipettes 15 4.