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The error observed in experimental replicates results from a combination of factors, including deviations in biological behavior, batch quality, operator errors, intrinsic measurement methodology inaccuracies, and environmental influences affecting the measurement process. Ensuring a robust methodology necessitates that the deviation in measurements between technical replicates remains acceptable, enabling the discernment of experimental outcomes. To illustrate the reproducibility of WMicrotracker ONE, we provide an example below.

96W Microplate With liquid culture of young adult worms

*Each biological readout is an independent experiment, conformed by average of 4 technical replicates, C.elegans N2 strain. 35worms/well.

You can find this table published at:

S1 Table: Bianchi J, SimonettaSH. PLoS One. 2015 Jun 3;10(6):e0128898