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Protecting Light Sensitive Samples from Degradation

Published: Thursday, November 15, 2012
Last Updated: Wednesday, November 14, 2012
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High quality, black microplates and seals eliminates sample degradation.

To protect light sensitive samples - Porvair Sciences offers a selection of high quality, black microplates and seals that eliminate sample degradation, even over long storage periods.

Manufactured from ultra-pure grade polypropylene, Porvair black microplates are resistant to a wide range of solvents and have near zero leachates ensuring long-term sample integrity.

The black plates are supplied RNase / DNase free meaning they can be used with even the most sensitive biological samples.

Available in a choice of 96-well formats - Porvair black plates are precisely manufactured to applicable ANSI / SLAS dimensions ensuring complete compatibility with almost all readers and automated equipment.

To prevent evaporation, hydration of DMSO solutions and to completely eliminate light from samples - Porvair Sciences additionally offers a choice of black, light absorbing sealing films that may be applied to the top of the black plates.

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