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HybriLinker from MIDSCI

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Red Taq DNA Polymerase from BullsEye from MIDSCI

Description: Bullseye Red Taq DNA Polymerase is a thermostable recombinant DNA polymerase, which exhibits very high activity in primer extension and other molecular biology applications. Red Taq contains a red dye which provides easy and quick identification of reactions to which enzyme was added and allows co...
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Orbit LS Low Speed Shaker from MIDSCI

Description: Orbit LS Low Speed Shaker Product Information The Orbit LS low speed shaker is a high quality, general purpose shaker with economical analog control. Styled after the other models in the line, the Orbit LS features a streamlined, compact design with easy-access control panel. Electro...
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GyroTwister GX-1000 3-D Shaker from MIDSCI

Description: GyroTwister GX-1000 3-D Shaker Product Information The three dimensional shaking motion of the GyroTwister GX-1000 is extremely efficient, yet gentle, making this shaker ideal for general mixing as well as staining gels, hybridization and other applications. Shaking speed is continuously ad...
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(Date:8/20/2014)... of Tennessee, Knoxville, research finds life can persist in ... was part of a team that examined waters and ... ice sheet and found the extreme environment supports microbial ... Jill Mikucki and her colleagues has implications for life ... the solar system. The findings are published in the ...
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