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TProfessional 96 Gradient from LABREPCO, Inc.

ProductsTProfessional 96 Gradient from LABREPCO, Inc.
Company LABREPCO, Inc.
Item TProfessional 96 Gradient
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Description The Biometra TProfessional Thermocycler combines top performance with exquisite design. The 96 well silver block achieves high speed and unparalleled temperature uniformity. The instrument has a big graphical display providing programming in a spreadsheet or alternatively in a graphical mode. The High Performance Smart Lid opens on the push of a button and swings in a defined end position. Different block modules are available which can be exchanged in less than 10 seconds.
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101 Witmer Road, Suite 700 Horsham, PA 19044

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