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96-well semi-skirted low profile LC480 PCR plates

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Product number: I2249.0200
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Shipment: not cooled. Store at +15°C to +30°C. For laboratory usage only!
Product information "96-well semi-skirted low profile LC480 PCR plates"

Standard half skirted, low profile, 96-well PCR plate for Roche LC480. Thin walled for optimal heat transfer producing maximal PCR results. Sealing by film or caps, Fully certified for PCR use. These plates can also be used in an ABi 9700 cycler.

Properties of plate material: Virgin Polypropylene, Surface characteristics optimised to reduced sample lose. Flexibility for variety of sealing methods. Continued performance after PCR at storage temperatures. Batch to batch consistency to maintain the same performance. Low profile improves low volume PCR. Black grid printed for easy identification. Cut off corner for fast orientation. White polypropylene.
Volume: 100µL

Specifications:
96-well semi-skirted PCR plate, H12 edged
Low profile, well volume: 100µL
white PP wells
white PP frame

for Roche LightCycler LC96/LC480


Applikation / Application:
for use in Roche LIghtCycler® 480

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Sicherheits Hinweise / Safety


Klassifizierungen / Classification

eclass-Nr: 32-17-02-90
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