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FrameStar® 384

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FrameStar® PCR plates have a two-component design, which combines the advantages of thin wall polypropylene tubes, for optimum PCR results and a rigid polycarbonate skirt and deck, for highest thermal stability and rigidty. In contrast to standard one-piece PCR plates, evaporation from corner positions and outer rows of wells is minimal, which allows for downscaling of reagent volumes and therefore saves costs.
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