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Porvair Expands Tissue Culture Plasticware Range

Published: Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, December 17, 2013
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New ranges includes affordably priced, top quality pipettes, micro-pipettes, pipette fillers, filter tips and cell scrapers.

Porvair Sciences has announced new additions to its popular range of high quality tissue culture (TC) treated laboratory plasticware.

Complementing its tissue culture treated flasks, dishes, syringe filters, centrifuge tubes and microplates - Porvair has added new ranges of affordably priced, top quality pipettes, micro-pipettes, pipette fillers, filter tips and cell scrapers.

Porvair TC-plastics are made to the highest international standards for material quality, surface optical polish, tissue culture treatment, sterility and pack integrity.

All products are certified to be free from DNA/RNA, DNase/RNase and Pyrogen contamination. Investment in UK based laboratory testing ensures that users receive consistently high quality products.

To download the new 2014 tissue culture plasticware range e-catalogue please visit

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