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Biological sealed microtube rotor, 24 1.5 ml from Thermo Scientific

ProductsBiological sealed microtube rotor, 24 1.5 ml from Thermo Scientific
Company Thermo Scientific
Item Biological sealed microtube rotor, 24 1.5 ml
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Description The 891 45° Fixed Angle Rotor is designed to provide aerosol containment and can be removed from a centrifuge (seal entact) and opened under an environmental hood.
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