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Microtechnology: Bulk Packs Bring Down the Cost of Pcr Analyses

Apr 05 2006 Read 1714 Times

Available in bulk packs of 50 individually wrapped plates - Porvair Sciences Ltd 96-well and 384-well Thermal cycler plates reduce the cost of Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) analysis without compromising performance.

Manufactured from ultra clean medical grade polycarbonate under Class 10,000 clean room conditions all Porvair Thermal Cycler plates are totally free from DNase and RNase enzyme activity enabling optimised PCR results. High sample integrity is ensured through use of solvent resistant polycarbonate to minimise leachates and a well design where the liquid meniscus comes below the plate surface eliminating sample carryover problems when using a plate lid.

A range of 96-well Thermal Cycler plates are available in specific optimised formats, with well volumes of 100-200 ml, to operate with Thermal Cycler systems from manufacturers including BioMetra, Hybaid, M.J.Research, PerkinElmer and Techne. Designed for high-throughput PCR assays, Porvair 384-well Thermal Cycler plates are compatible with the majority of 384 block PCR and sequencing instruments. To ensure full compatibility with robotic systems the 384-well Thermal Cycler plates offer a full plate skirt and high rigidity to minimise distortion before and after thermal cycling. A working well volume of only 30 microlitres means that plates are also highly economical on valuable samples.

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