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Thermo-Mat 96 from ABgene

ProductsThermo-Mat 96 from ABgene
Company ABgene
Item Thermo-Mat 96
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Description Two sizes available for use with 96- or 384-well PCR plates
Dimples on both sides of Thermo-Mat™ 96 for ease of location on 96-tube plates
End tabs on Thermo-Mat™ 384 fit into holes in the skirt of the plate*
Efficient sealing is achieved with either Thermo-Mat™ 96 or 384 when used in conjunction with screw or clip-down hot lid thermal cyclers
Fully autoclavable
May be re-used up to 50 times
Certified free from DNase, RNase and human genomic DNA
Info ABgeneABgene
ABgene House
Blenheim Road
Epsom
Surrey KT19 9AP
UK
Customer Service: +44 (0)1372 723456
Fax Number: +44 (0)1372 741414
Web Site: http://www.abgene.com
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