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Model 175 Tube Cell from Bio-Rad

ProductsModel 175 Tube Cell from Bio-Rad
Company Bio-Rad
Item Model 175 Tube Cell
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Description The Model 175 tube gel cell is a stand-alone apparatus that runs polyacrylamide tube gels for 2-D electrophoresis applications. The upper buffer chamber can accommodate twelve 4-8 mm OD tubes 9-23 cm long for isoelectric focusing (IEF) applications. The tube cell includes upper buffer chamber and cooling core, lower buffer chamber, lid with cables, grommets, stoppers to fit all compatible sizes of glass tubes, leveling bubble, and instructions.
Info Bio-RadBio-Rad
Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.
Life Science Research Group
2000 Alfred Nobel Drive
Hercules, CA 94547
USA
Customer Service: 800-424 6723
Fax Number: 800-879 2289
Web Site: http://discover.bio-rad.com
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