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Greiner Sapphire PCR tubes, thin wall

PCR tube, 0.5 mL, thin wall, flat cap

Synonym: Greiner PCR tubes, microcentrifuge tubes, microfuge tubes

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material   colorless cap
  colorless tube
  conical bottom tube (
)
  conical bottom
  flat cap
  flat cap
  polypropylene
  polypropylene cap
  polypropylene tube
  translucent tube
sterility   non-sterile
feature   RNase and DNase free
  graduations: no
packaging   case of 10000 ea (inner pack of 1000)
mfr. no.   Greiner, 682201
cap diam.   8.1 mm
capacity   0.5 mL
diam.   7.2 mm
suitability   suitable for (PCR applications)
binding type   non-treated surface

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Greiner PCR tubes′ thin wall construction promotes optimal heat transfer between the thermocycler block and the reaction mixture. These PCR tubes are certified RNase/DNase free and are non-pyrogenic as well.

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