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CORNING SPIN-X CENTRIFUGE TUBE FILTER,2ML,CA, NON-STERILE,CS=100 from Sigma-Aldrich

ProductsCORNING SPIN-X CENTRIFUGE TUBE FILTER,2ML,CA, NON-STERILE,CS=100 from Sigma-Aldrich
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Item CORNING SPIN-X CENTRIFUGE TUBE FILTER,2ML,CA, NON-STERILE,CS=100
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Description Use in any standard fixed-angle microcentrifuge rotor at RCF up to 16,000 g. Spin- centrifuge tube filters consist of a membrane-containing filter unit within a centrifuge tube. They filter by centrifugation for bacteria removal, particle removal, HPLC sample preparation, removal of cells from media and DNA removal from agarose or acrylamide gels.
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