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Mastercycler ep gradient S thermal cycler from Eppendorf North America

ProductsMastercycler ep gradient S thermal cycler from Eppendorf North America
Company Eppendorf North America
Item Mastercycler ep gradient S thermal cycler

Faster speeds, highest precision, more user-friendliness and absolute reliability united within a flexible concept: this is the definition of the Mastercycler ep system. In the past few years nucleic acid research has been developing dynamically. The same applies to the capabilities required of PCR Systems.

To keep pace with these technological advances, the challenges of tomorrow must be considered today. The Mastercycler ep system is todays answer for the future.

With the Mastercycler ep system Eppendorf looks to support those working in a technologically advanced fashion with experience and a clear commitment to innovation.

Faster, more reliable, more flexibleand still able to adjust to future developments despite tighter budgetsthats exactly how a thermal cycler should be today!

  • Highest temperature control speed due to silver block: up to 6C/s
  • Freely programmable temperature gradient over 12 rows
  • A gradient range of up to 24C
Info Eppendorf North AmericaEppendorf North America
One Cantiague Rd.
PO Box 1019
Westbury, NY 11590-0207

Customer Service: 800-645-3050
Fax Number: 516-334-7506
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