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Hyb-Ice® System Replaces Thermal Cycler

Published: Wednesday, February 06, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, February 05, 2013
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Hyb-Ice system provides excellent temperature regulation, uniformity and ramp rates.

SciGene has released the Hyb-Ice Thermal Profiling System, an affordable and flexible alternative to a standard thermal cycler for performing everyday temperature profiles.

The system consists of a programmable heating/cooling base and removable block that heat and cool samples from 4 to 99°C.

The system accommodates a variety of quick-change blocks to fit nearly any tube or plate.

The Hyb-Ice System provides excellent temperature regulation, uniformity and ramp rates and performs PCR in either standard or large volume tubes.

A non-contact heated lid controls condensation. Programs can be stored or run via an onboard USB drive.


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