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ValveLink8.2 Lee Valve 1.5-4ms Perfusion System from AutoMate Scientific, Inc

ProductsValveLink8.2 Lee Valve 1.5-4ms Perfusion System from AutoMate Scientific, Inc
Company AutoMate Scientific, Inc
Item ValveLink8.2 Lee Valve 1.5-4ms Perfusion System
Price $3,685.00
Description Our fastest automated perfusion system. For real-time or pre-programmed liquid switching in perfusion, physiology, biophysics, electrochemistry, or general liquid-handling research applications.
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  • Increase reproducibility with 1.5-4 millisecond accuracy
  • Run experiments automatically - even unattended
  • Microprocessor-based for accuracy and flexibility
  • Turnkey perfusion system includes all necessary parts
    Info AutoMate Scientific, IncAutoMate Scientific, Inc
    650 University Ave #5
    Berkeley, CA 94710

    Call AutoMate Scientific, Inc to buy products (US and Canada only; other locations use numbers below)
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    Customer Service: 510-845-6283
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    Web Site: http://www.autom8.com
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