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Eppendorf Consumables - Reliability for Your Applications
Eppendorf AG

Don't leave your results to chance Eppendorf's consumables are produced according to the highest quality and purity standards. They are manufactured from carefully selected and purest raw materials. Fully automated production in a clean room environment excludes human interaction and possible contamination. The strictest control criteria monitored internally and externally, guarantee superior consistency of the products and thus your experimental results -- lot by lot. More information: www.eppendorf.com/consumables

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