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RoboCycler 40 Temperature Cycler

ProductsRoboCycler 40 Temperature Cycler
Company Stratagene
Item RoboCycler 40 Temperature Cycler
Features Inquire
Description Custom programming of 3 hot blocks and 1 cold block, 30% reduction in cycling time, Unmatched well-to-well uniformity, No gradient feature
Info Stratagene
Customer Service: (800) 424-5444
Web site: http://www.stratagene.com

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