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BD Visitec Nucleus Spatulas

Description: Smooth, round edges allow for safe manipulation within the eye. 1.1mm wide gradually tapers to .50 mm wide. 45, 1.1mm wide, gradually tapers to .50mm wide....
Company:BD Ophthalmics
Spatulas in Biological Technology

Decontamination and inhibition of ribonucleases

...when possible. Eppendorf Biopur tips and tubes provide this quality feature in addition to being DNase free. Metal tools like spatulas can quickly be decontaminated by holding in a burner flame for several seconds. Contaminating RNases on glassware can be ina...
Spatulas in Biological Products

CORNING SPATULA, ROUND END/SPOON, STERILE from Sigma-Aldrich

Description:... Corning single use spatulas have been designed to save time and provide contamination-free samples. They are for those interested in eliminating the recycling and resterilizing n...
Company:Sigma-Aldrich

CORNING SPATULA, SMALL SPOON/SPOON, STERILE from Sigma-Aldrich

Description:... Corning single use spatulas have been designed to save time and provide contamination-free samples. They are for those interested in eliminating the recycling and resterilizing n...
Company:Sigma-Aldrich

CORNING MICROSPATULA, ROUNDED END/SCOOP from Sigma-Aldrich

Description:... Corning single use spatulas have been designed to save time and provide contamination-free samples. They are for those interested in eliminating the recycling and resterilizing n...
Company:Sigma-Aldrich

CORNING SPATULA, TAPERED BLADE/SPOON, STERILE from Sigma-Aldrich

Description:... Corning single use spatulas have been designed to save time and provide contamination-free samples. They are for those interested in eliminating the recycling and resterilizing n...
Company:Sigma-Aldrich
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