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Adhesive Microplate Seal
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Adhesive PCR Foil Seal
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Adhesive PCR Seal
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Gas Permeable Adhesive Seal
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Gas Permeable Moisture Barrier Seal
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Peelable Solvent Resistant Adhesive Foil
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Pierceable Adhesive Film
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qPCR Adhesive Seal
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Q-Stick™ Adhesive for qPCR
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Roller for Adhesive Seals
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