Colony plating is a key process in various applications that require the replication and distribution of viable cell cultures. It can also be used to determine if a transformation procedure was successful in introducing an observable property upon a culture, such as the common process of introducing ampicillin resistance.
|Synthetic Biology Pipeline|
Colony Plating is a key part of the following Applications Pipelines that we support:
|Automated Bacterial Transformation and Plating using the Hudson Solo Pipettor|
|In the following video, the SOLO plates 12 colonies at a time directly onto a Petri Dish. This is part of a system developed for the USDA.|