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Fluorescence Test Plate from BioTek Instruments

ProductsFluorescence Test Plate from BioTek Instruments
Company BioTek Instruments
Item Fluorescence Test Plate
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Description The Fluorescence Test Plate consists of an anodized aluminum body in a microplate format, with Inert Organic Fluorescent Compounds embedded in polymerized matrix. It is designed to be used on BioTeks FLx800 and Synergy Multi-Detection Readers. This multi-functional test plate is ideal for GLP compliance while reducing the need for tedious wet testing.
Works with all models of FLx800 and Synergy readers.
Info BioTek InstrumentsBioTek Instruments
P.O. Box 998
Winooski, Vermont 05404
USA

Call BioTek Instruments to buy products (US and Canada only; other locations use numbers below)
USA Canada 1-866-545-6854
Customer Service: (800) 451-5172
Fax Number: (802) 655-7941
Web Site: http://www.biotek.com/
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