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ThermalSeal (sterile)

Description:... thermalseal is the only polypropylene based, pressure resistant, self-adhesive film on ...he assistance of a major thermal cycler manufacturer for PCR applications. thermalseal prevents vapor loss and is thermostable and functional from -40C to +125C a...
Company:MIDSCI

ThermalSeal (non-sterile)

Description:... thermalseal is the only polypropylene based, pressure resistant, self-adhesive film on ...he assistance of a major thermal cycler manufacturer for PCR applications. thermalseal prevents vapor loss and is thermostable and functional from -40C to +125C a...
Company:MIDSCI
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thermalseal.com

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BioLink Scientific, LLC

... ColorTabs, MiniStrips, ThinSeal, ThermalSeal, AlumaSeal, AeraSeal, TuffSeal, EZ ... Bio-Link Scientific is a provider of quality laboratory supplies for ...

ThermalSeal®, ThermalSeal Ministrips™, and ThermalSeal RT™ Sealing ...

ThermalSeal sealing films are recommended for PCR and real-time qPCR applicaions. ... ThermalSeal® MiniStrips™Sealing Films ... ThermalSeal A™ Sealing Films ...

Manufacturer of Microplate Sealing Films and Foils

Excel Scientific manufactures a variety of sealing films and foils specially designed ... ThermalSeal RT2RR™ Real-Time PCR. Sealing Film for Raised-Rim Plates ...

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10 possible paths to "ThermalSeal (sterile) ... Sealing Film / Foil / Mats / Plugs " Plate Sealing Films " ThermalSeal (sterile) ...

Thomas Scientific - View Product

Thomas Scientific distributes laboratory supplies, equipment and chemicals. ... ThermalSeal RT™ films combine an optically transparent polyester film with a ...
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