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Conductive tips can be divided into conductive filter pipette tips and conductive tips without filter. Conductive filter pipette tips are commonly used to prevent pipette contamination and prevent sample cross-contamination. There is no need for domestic pipetting to prevent contamination. Ordinary conductive tips without filter elements can also be used.
Advanced injection molding technology and attractive mold design make it perform superior, and match single channel or multi-channel pipettes perfectly in different areas. The standard size and the smooth inner wall are suitable to reduce residue in performance and greatly ensure the accuracy of operation. Super quality filter elements and unique processing technology build solid barriers to eliminate contamination risk.
As with most products, you get what you pay for. Well made, properly fitting tips are essential for accuracy, precision, and ease of use. Investing in good quality tips that have been specifically developed for optimal performance is worth the money, unless you are happy with your precision micro-pipette being not-so-precise anymore.
Last time we have introduced you what is a PCR plate. But do you know how to choose a PCR plate? Today we will study this issue. PCR plates usually use 96-well and 384-well formats, followed by 24-well and 48-well. The nature of the PCR machine used and the application in progress will determine whether the PCR plate is suitable for your experiment.
The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is a methodology that is widely used by biomedical researchers, forensic scientist and professionals of medical laboratories. Enumerating a few of its applications, it is used for genotyping, sequencing, cloning, and analysis of gene expression. However, labeling PCR tubes is difficult because they are small and have tiny space for storing information. Whereas, skirted quantitative PCR (qPCR) plates can only be labelled on one side