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WHEATON® CryoELITE® 0.5mL Vial for Small Volume Cryogenic Samples
Date:12/11/2012

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“This is a great example of customers leveraging our expertise in vials, because the CryoELITE® 0.5mL Vials were developed in response to their needs,” says Wayne Brinster, president of WHEATON. “Supporting the biomedical research community’s need for secure and reliable vessels to store biospecimens is a core competency for WHEATON,” he added.

WHEATON CryoELITE® 0.5mL Vials are available on the new WHEATON website, at http://www.WHEATON.com. For more information or to speak with a specialist, call 800.225.1437 in the USA, or 856.825.1100 for international callers.

About WHEATON
WHEATON admires those people who devote their life to science. It’s this admiration that drives us to design and deliver today’s most innovative solutions for the laboratory research, diagnostic packaging and specialty pharmaceuticals industries. It’s this admiration that motivates us to offer the best customer service experience and most dependable products in the industry. And, it’s with admiration that we stand behind those people who help move the world forward one discovery, one sample at a time. The WHEATON name means more than a legacy of the highest quality products and services; it stands for a commitment to honor the effort of all scientists... because it’s their life’s work.

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