Screw-actuated microinjection-microaspiration syringe and manipulator

Made:
1990-1995 in Bonaduz and Penryn
maker:
Hamilton Bonaduz AG
modifier:
Research Instruments Limited

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Micromanipulation equipment, used for in vitro fertilization of ovum with sperm, consisting of manipulator,
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Screw-actuated microinjection-microaspiration syringe and manipulator, made by Hamilton Bonaduz AG, Graubünden, Switzerland and assembled by Research Instruments Limited, Penryn, Cornwall, England, 1990-1995. Used for egg manipulation during the IVF process.

This equipment is used for the in-vitro fertilization of an ovum with sperm. The equipment consists of two micromanipulators, two microsyringes and an Olympus trinocular microscope. It was made by Research Instruments Ltd., England.

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Details

Category:
Laboratory Medicine
Object Number:
1995-732 Pt3
Materials:
aluminium alloy, glass, plastic (unidentified), steel (metal)
Measurements:
syringe: 18 mm x 210 mm x 180 mm, .025kg
manipulator: 35 mm x 100 mm x 190 mm,
type:
syringe
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • tools & equipment
  • medical instrument
credit:
Research Instruments Limited

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