Low Bind Microcentrifuge Tubes

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  • Posi-Click™ Low-Binding Microcentrifuge Tubes

    labForce (a Thomas Scientific Brand)

    Low-Binding Posi-Click™ Graduated Microcentrifuge tubes feature a small, easy-to-open/close cap with the assurance of an audible "click" to know that your sample is secure. Proprietary low-binding or low retention resin maximizes sample recovery Boilproof Fits all standard 0.5,…

  • …loss is essential for low protein concentrations to enable further analysis. Minimal protein/DNA binding = maximum recovery rate = minimal protein/DNA loss Low DNA binding tubes: centrifugation to 30,000 x g* (2 ml to 25,000 x g*) Low protein binding tubes: centrifugation to 20,000…

  • …Polypropylene Microcentrifuge Tubes with Low Protein Binding surface for use with viscous samples. Designed to improve yields. Include flat caps and writing surface. In resealable bags. With flat snap caps, side graduations, and frosted writing surface Ultra low fluid retention…

  • 0.5mL SuperSlik® Polypropylene Microcentrifuge Tubes with Low Protein Binding surface. Include flat caps and writing surface. In resealable bags With flat snap caps, side graduations, and frosted writing surface Ultra low fluid retention ATP, RNase/DNase and Endotoxin Free…

  • Biotix microcentrifuge tubes are manufactured with medical grade virgin polypropylene for superior clarity. These snapcap tubes are leak resistant, boil proof, and able to withstand 20000 RCF. Try our Microcentrifuge tubes: Sizes include 0.65mL, 1.5mL, and 2.0mL Graduation marks for…

  • These Costar® low binding microcentrifuge tubes feature a bonded polymer technology that reduces protein and nucleic acid binding, resulting in better sample recovery. They are made of natural (uncolored) polypropylene and are certified RNase-/DNase-free. -Supplied nonsterile and are…

  • These Costar® 1.7mL low binding microcentrifuge tubes feature a bonded polymer technology that reduces protein and nucleic acid binding, resulting in better sample recovery. They are made of natural (uncolored) polypropylene and are certified RNase-/DNase-free. -Supplied nonsterile and are…

  • …need low profile tubes. In terms of evaporation, loss of PCR volume is less than 3%. These tubes are highly transparent, thus, making them ideal for applications where the optical qPCR signal is obtained through the bottom of the tube. Capp 0.1 mL tubes can be ordered as individual tubes with caps…

  • Tubes (containing glass fiber fleece) • Collection Tubes Preparation Note: The sample is mixed with a chaotropic salt and applied to the glass fiber fleece in a High Pure Spin Filter Tube. Under the buffer conditions used in the procedure, all nucleic acids (NA) in the sample bind to…

  • …(PES) membrane for high flow and low binding Two membrane pore sizes: 0.22 or 0.45μm Centrifuge Tube Filter systems include tube filter, centrifuge tube and cap Eliminate a sample transfer step by filtering directly into a 50mL tube Centrifuge Tube Filter Systems are packaged sterile…

  • …Green I. Components: • Binding Buffer • Binding Enhancer • Wash Buffer Concentrate • Elution Buffer • High Pure Micro Filter Tubes • Collection Tubes Preparation Note: Nucleic acids bind specifically to the surface of glass…

  • …total cellular protein, to a 1.5 ml microcentrifuge tube. Add 1–10 µl (i.e., 0.2–2 µg) primary antibody (optimal antibody concentration should be determined by titration) and incubate for 1 hour at 4° C. longer incubation. May be. Required for some low titter antibodies. Add 20 µl of resuspended…

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