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Acoustic droplet ejection
also called ADE

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  1. uses a pulse of ultrasound to move low volumes of fluids without any physical contact

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 11, 2009
  2. typically nanoliters or picoliters

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  3. This technology focuses acoustic energy into a fluid sample in order to eject droplets as small as a picoliter

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  4. technology is a very gentle process, and it can be used to transfer proteins, high molecular weight DNA and live cells without damage or loss of viability

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  5. This feature makes the technology suitable for a wide variety of applications including proteomics and cell-based assays

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  6. first reported in 1927 by Robert W. Wood and Alfred Loomis, who noted that when a high-power acoustic generator was immersed in an oil bath, a mound formed on the surface of the oil and, like a “miniature volcano,” ejected a continuous stream of

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