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DNA Engine Dyad Thermal Cycler Chassis w/ motorized lid from Bio-Rad

ProductsDNA Engine Dyad Thermal Cycler Chassis w/ motorized lid from Bio-Rad
Company Bio-Rad
Item DNA Engine Dyad Thermal Cycler Chassis w/ motorized lid
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Description The DNA Engine Dyad instrument is the most advanced thermal cycler ever made. Featuring MJ's world-class thermal performance, the Dyad also boasts graphical programming and color display, as well as point-and-click navigation via touch pad or mouse. The Dyad can be easily and economically expanded to a four-bay system with the addition of a Dyad Disciple thermal cycler.
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Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.
Life Science Research Group
2000 Alfred Nobel Drive
Hercules, CA 94547
USA
Customer Service: 800-424 6723
Fax Number: 800-879 2289
Web Site: http://discover.bio-rad.com
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