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Get Prime Thermal Cyclers at a Low Price with Latest Offer from Techne!

Published: Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, November 25, 2013
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Techne’s Prime Thermal Cyclers delivers rapid, effective PCR solutions.

Until the end of March 2014, purchasers can save £1,200 (€1,755) on a 3Prime and £1,900 (€2,635) on a Techne Prime gradient thermal cycler from Bibby Scientific.

PCR machines throughout the Prime range are being offered at their lowest ever prices - a 3Prime 48 x 0.2ml personal cycler is only £1,995 (€2,395) and a full size 96 x 0.2ml model is just £2,495 (€2,995).

Techne’s extensive range of Prime Thermal Cyclers delivers rapid, effective PCR solutions for institutions of every size and type, from small single laboratories to multi-user organizations.

The series encompasses thermal cyclers from personal to full size and high-throughput models, with capacities spanning 18 wells through to 1,536 samples. Options such as the innovative Combi-block further improve their flexibility.

All Prime Thermal Cyclers feature a color touchscreen interface for easy, fast programming. Uniquely, all Prime Thermal Cyclers also feature a USB port, enabling users to create, share and clone programs across every model, as well as download temperature logs and upload free software updates from the Techne website.

Optional PC software is included with every thermal cycler. All thermal cyclers are made in the UK and come with a market leading 4-year warranty as standard.

This limited period offer is available in three major currencies across the global network of Bibby Scientific distributors.


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