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Embryo Immobilisation Chip Cleaning

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Following experiments the Embryo Immobilisation Chip can be cleaned with organic solvents and reused. This cleaning process is described in the user guide. Dolomite also provides an ultrasonic cleaning process which will remove persistent debris from the wells. There is a small risk that the chip will be damaged during ultrasonic cleaning as the process is quite aggressive. Dolomite cannot replace chips which are damaged. Please contact Dolomite for information about this process. When shipping chips to Dolomite please make sure the chips are very well packaged and individually bagged and bubble-wrapped. Dolomite cannot replace chips which are damaged in transit.
Product Embryo Immobilisation Chip Cleaning
Company Dolomite
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Dolomite
Unit 1, Anglian Business Park, Royston SG8 5TW UK

Tel: +44 (0)1763 242491
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