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PTC-100 Thermal Cycler With Hot Bonnet Heated Lid, 96-well from Bio-Rad

ProductsPTC-100 Thermal Cycler With Hot Bonnet Heated Lid, 96-well from Bio-Rad
Company Bio-Rad
Item PTC-100 Thermal Cycler With Hot Bonnet Heated Lid, 96-well
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Description This PTC-100 thermal cycler holds 96 x 0.2 ml tubes or a 96-well microplate. Hot Bonnet heated lid incorporates a thumbwheel to adjust height and pressure to tightly seal PCR vessels for oil-free cycling. Peltier heat pumps produce uniform, accurate temperatures with NIST-traceable calibration and ramping rates of up to 1.4 degrees C per second. Cycler comes with 8 preprogrammed protocols. Footprint measures 24 x 28 cm (W x D).
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Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.
Life Science Research Group
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Hercules, CA 94547
USA
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