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POLARstar OPTIMA

Description:... The polarstar OPTIMA is a fully automated microplate based multi... flash lamp and liquid light guide technology, the polarstar OPTIMA can cover the wavelength range from 240 to ...fluorescence polarization from 350 to 740 nm). The polarstar OPTIMA can read all plate formats from 6- up to 38...
Company:BMG LABTECH
POLARstar in Biological Products

NOVOstar Microplate Reader from BMG LABTECH

Description:...ipment on the NOVOstar. Wide Range of Applications The NOVOstar can be used for all fluorescence-based applications that can currently be read by our polarstar OPTIMA microplate reader. Due to its integrated programmable pipettor system, the NOVOstar is especially well-suited to screen large numbers of compou...
Company:BMG LABTECH
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PolarStar Computer Services

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Polarstar

Specializes in Antarctic expedition cruises, starting and ending in Ushuaia, at the southern tip of Argentina. ... "The atmosphere on the ship was relaxed and ...

PolarStar Mining

These 100% owned properties are in addition to the optioned Todd Creek, BC property. ... Polar Star Mining's Option on Chépica Copper-Gold Project Expires ...

Polar Star Pty. Ltd

Krimsekt white semi dry. Krimsekt red semi sweet. Souvenirs ... Phone: 042 301-27-64; 041 126-69-79. polarstar.com.au © 2008. E-mail: info@polarstar.com.au ...

PolarStar Network Services – Managed services for the small and medium ...

PolarStar Network Services is a managed service provider (MSP) for small and ... Put the deep resources of PolarStar behind your network and your staff. ...

PolarStar (Matrix Design Inc/Seafram Consultants Inc)

PolarStar is a collaborative website (Matrix Design Inc and Seafram Consultants Inc) ... Pole stars have been used in celestial navigation for centuries. ...
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