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Hybri-slips from Sigma-Aldrich

ProductsHybri-slips from Sigma-Aldrich
Company Sigma-Aldrich
Item Hybri-slips
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Description Hybri-slips are hydrophobic cover slips for in situ hybridization,in situPCR, and hybridization to genomic arrays on glass slides.
  • Constant probe concentration-Unlike glass cover slips, Hybri-slips do not adsorb probes.
  • Ready-to-use-Hybri-slips do not require pre-treatment prior to use.
  • Avoid RNA degradation-Hybri-slips are supplied RNAse-free and are protected from contamination by clean-release liners.
  • Durable-Hybri-slips remain flat even at elevated temperatures.
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Sigma-Aldrich Corp.
St. Louis, MO, USA
Customer Service: 800-325-3010
Tech Support: 800-325-5832
Fax Number: 314-771-5757
Web Site: http://www.sigmaaldrich.com/
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