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Secure Storage of Light Sensitive Materials

Published: Friday, November 23, 2012
Last Updated: Friday, November 23, 2012
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New range of black screw-top centrifuge tubes by Asynt.

Asynt has announced a new range of black screw-top centrifuge tubes that provide secure storage of light sensitive materials.

Manufactured from black, RNAse/ DNase-free polypropylene the tubes are fully resistant to most organic solvents, can be autoclaved clean and enable high integrity storage of samples and reagents down to -80°C.

Available initially in 15ml and 50ml sizes, Asynt black centrifuge tubes are supplied sterile and include a recessed HDPE lid that prevents leakage.

Each tube includes a frosted area to enable marking for easy identification.


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