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A microinjector is a device which provides the pressure which is needed to deliver a sample solution from a micropipette into cells.
It can be a mechanically or electronically regulated air pressure device or a simple glass syringe where the plunger is screw controlled for precise adjustments of the pressure and using air or oil filled connection tubing.