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HQ505, 20 OptiGreen Filter from Bio-Rad

ProductsHQ505, 20 OptiGreen Filter from Bio-Rad
Company Bio-Rad
Item HQ505, 20 OptiGreen Filter
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Description The HQ505, 20 OptiGreen filter for the Molecular Imager FX is a band pass filter used for detection of Cy2 and FITC with 532 nm excitation.
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Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.
Life Science Research Group
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Hercules, CA 94547
USA
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