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In-Situ-1 Thin Film Crystallization Plates

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The most UV and X-ray transparent plates available
•  96 Well
•  SBS Format
•  Low Profile
•  Sitting OR Hanging Drop
•  40 µl reservior
•  Multiple drops 0.2-2 µl

THREE KEY FEATURES not found in any other line of crystallization plates:
1.    A THIN-FILM COC Bottom for Excellent X-ray and UV transparency
2.    Special ledges (patent pending) within the reservoirs that:
-Forces fluid to fill the reservoir width while keeping fluid away from your top sealing film
-Allows for more fluid in a shorter reservoir
-Inhibits transfer of fluid out of the reservoir area during rough handling and tipping
3.    Small microchannels (patent pending) connecting the reservoirs and the sample growth areas, that allow for vapor diffusion while Strongly inhibiting transfer of fluids during extremely rough handling or shipping

Product In-Situ-1 Thin Film Crystallization Plates
Company MiTeGen
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MiTeGen
P.O. Box 3867 Ithaca, NY 14852

Tel: +1 877 648-3436

Email: info@mitegen.com



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