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AvantGuard Low Binding Barrier Tips, Eppendorf

Description:AvantGard Low Binding 0.5l - 10l Eppendorf Barrier Tips. Designed to fit Eppendorf Pipettors. Low binding technology that significantly reduces the amount of DNA and proteins bound to the tip. Most other filter tips are advertised as low retention, which means the focus is on liquid not adhering to the pipet tip. However, AvantGard also focuses on low binding which reduces the binding of valuable...
Company:MIDSCI

AvantGuard Low Binding Barrier Tips, Long Reach

Description:AvantGard Low Binding 10l Long Reach Barrier Tips. Low binding technology that significantly reduces the amount of DNA and proteins bound to the tip. Most other filter tips are advertised as low retention, which means the focus is on liquid not adhering to the pipet tip. However, AvantGard also focuses on low binding which reduces the binding of valuable molecules such as DNA, proteins, and enzym...
Company:MIDSCI

AvantGuard Low Binding Barrier Tips

Description:AvantGard Low Binding 20l Barrier Tips. Low binding technology that significantly reduces the amount of DNA and proteins bound to the tip. Most other filter tips are advertised as low retention, which means the focus is on liquid not adhering to the pipet tip. However, AvantGard also focuses on low binding which reduces the binding of valuable molecules such as DNA, proteins, and enzymes which ma...
Company:MIDSCI
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Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Large-scale identification and analysis of suppressive drug interactions 2Health News:Study supports safety of antimicrobial peptide-coated contact lenses 2Health News:Study supports safety of antimicrobial peptide-coated contact lenses 3Health News:Inaugural Brain Health Summit focuses on brain resilience and regeneration 2Health News:Palliation is rarely a topic in studies on advanced cancer 2Health News:Palliation is rarely a topic in studies on advanced cancer 3Health News:Study: Altruistic adolescents less likely to become depressed 2
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