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Sample Preparation Products for Regenerative Medicine

Published: Thursday, April 26, 2012
Last Updated: Wednesday, April 25, 2012
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Porvair to show its sample preparation products at Achema 2012 exhibition in Germany.

Porvair Sciences has chosen the forthcoming Achema 2012 exhibition in Frankfurt am Main, Germany (18th - 22nd June 2012) to show its latest sample preparation products for epigenetics and regenerative medicine.

Visitors to Achema Stand F44 in Halle 4.2 will be able to see Porvair's growing range of tissue culture plastics which, while affordably priced, are made to the highest international standards for material quality, surface finish, tissue culture treatment, sterility and pack integrity.

Reflecting Porvair's continuing commitment to continuous technological innovation, they will also exhibit new manual Pin Tools - disposable replicators for 96 and 384 well plate replication plus their new MiniSeal Plus microplate sealer.

Being exhibited for the first time is the Ultravap RC - Porvair's all new robot-compatible nitrogen blow down station. For many years, Porvair Sciences has led the field in nitrogen blow down evaporation.

This new version of Porvair's most popular sample concentrator makes it even easier to integrate an automatic dry down step into users automated liquid handling protocol.


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