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PerkinElmer last week introduced the JANUS Automated Workstation for liquid handling at MipTec 2005.

PerkinElmer said that JANUS provides enhanced productivity and adaptability by providing a modular design that enables the addition and replacement of liquid handling and labware movement technologies.

JANUS is available in three platforms — Standard, Expanded, and Integrator — each of which can be configured with a choice of pipetting modules. The platform also comes with WinPREP for JANUS applications software, PerkinElmer said.

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