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BD Falcon TufRol Roller Bottles

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BD Falcon™ TufRol™ roller bottles are suitable for both automated (e.g., The Automation Partnership (TAP) CellMate) and manual use from research through bioproduct manufacturing.

Sterilized by gamma irradiation and non-pyrogenic, these bottles are manufactured in ISO 9001:2000 registered facilities and meet the current FDA quality system regulation in Chapter 1, Title 21, Section 820 of the Code of USA Federal Regulations.

Product BD Falcon TufRol Roller Bottles
Company BD Biosciences
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