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Whole Animal Feeding Flat (WAFFL): A High-throughput Platform for the Automated Handling of Flies

20:00 EDT 17 Apr 2017 | NIH

Drosophila is well-suited organism to be use in high-throughput studies due to their short, defined life cycle and genetic tools. However, current high-throughput fly methodologies are not ideal. They can require a significant amount of fly manipulation, the use of anesthetics, and a large quantity of drug or materials.

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