Pipetting is one of the most common tasks of a modern day laboratory. It’s essential for almost any study that involves chemicals or biological substances. Some tasks require several hours of repetitive pipetting, and this repetition can put strain on muscles and tendons in the hands, arms, back and neck. Here is some additional reading that can be helpful for preventing such injuries.
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