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Press-to-Seal silicone isolator one well 20 mm diameter 1.0 mm deep *set of 50* from Molecular Probes (Invitrogen)

ProductsPress-to-Seal silicone isolator one well 20 mm diameter 1.0 mm deep *set of 50* from Molecular Probes (Invitrogen)
Company Molecular Probes (Invitrogen)
Item Press-to-Seal silicone isolator one well 20 mm diameter 1.0 mm deep *set of 50*
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Description For the ultimate in utility and flexibility press-to-seal silicone isolators can be customized to meet the needs of the researcher. They are available either pre-cut to specific interior dimensions or as sheet material that can be easily trimmed to prepare customized enclosures. These isolators are autoclavable and non-cytotoxic and can be used to isolate cells in culture dishes or to separate specimens on microscope slides.


Press-to-Seal silicone isolators are removable hydrophobic barriers that provide researchers with the ultimate in flexibility for isolating specimens. They may be used to isolate cells grown in culture dishes or to separate specimens on microscopy slides during staining procedures. The silicone material is autoclavable and adheres to any smooth surface. Isolators without adhesive can be easily removed and reapplied for multiple incubation steps. Isolators are also available with adhesive on one side for added security or for permanent mounting. The silicone isolators are available either pre-cut to various chamber configurations, allowing up to 24 different specimens or analytical tests on one slide, or as sheet material, which may be easily trimmed to create customized enclosures.
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