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Techne Celebrates Prime Thermal Cycler Range with Free Prize Draw

Published: Friday, December 07, 2012
Last Updated: Friday, December 07, 2012
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Customers have chance to win a 3PrimeBase/02 thermal cycler worth more than £2000.

To celebrate the launch of the complete Prime series of thermal cyclers, Techne is offering the chance to win a 3PrimeBase/02 thermal cycler worth more than £2000.

UK and European customers can also receive 40% off the new PrimeQ real-time PCR system, saving £8000 and €10,000 respectively.

A 48% discount is available for customers in the US, who can save almost $15,000.

For more information on the Techne qPCR sale, visit www.techne.com.

The Prime thermal cycler series from Techne is designed to meet the needs of all types and sizes of life science laboratories - supplying teaching, research and industrial scientists with equipment ranging from “3Prime” 24-well and 48-well personal Thermal Cyclers, “Prime” 96-well cyclers and “Prime Elite” networkable 384-well Thermal Cyclers.

All instruments feature an intuitive color touchscreen and protocols can be shared between all models via USB memory stick.

Efficient performance and solid reliability of the Prime systems is supported by a 4 year warranty.

Any non-gradient thermal cycler can be quickly and easily upgraded to gradient capability with a simple unlock code, with no requirement for extra hardware.

The last date for entries into the FREE prize draw is Monday 17 December 2012. Enter at www.techne.com/enquiry.asp.


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