Our tube design and thickness offers the perfect seal, since the seal between the tube opening and the tube cap is critical in minimizing evaporation or sample leakage. Loose caps allow evaporation; overly tight caps cause spillage upon opening. All PCR tubes are non-sterile, certified RNase and DNase free.
Available in a wide variety of styles from individual tubes, to strips and plates.
Most of PCR plates have both clear and white type
Numeric markings on our strip of tubes
Alphaumeric markings on plates
They can improve the accuracy and reproducibility of results, as superior components are more reliable and consistent.
They can increase the speed of the PCR process, as well-made reagents and components are more efficient and require less time to reach the desired outcome.
They can reduce the amount of contamination, as superior components are less prone to contamination from external sources.
They can reduce the amount of waste, as high-quality consumables last longer and can be reused for multiple PCR runs.
PCR consumables are used in a variety of diagnostic applications. They allow for the rapid and accurate detection of infectious diseases, genetic diseases, and other abnormalities in a sample. They can also be used to detect minuscule amounts of DNA present in the sample, such as in forensic investigations.
PCR can also be used to create rapid, multiplexed tests that can be used to detect multiple diseases in a single assay. Additionally, PCR can be used to compare genetic sequences in order to perform genotyping, which can be used for disease diagnosis and prognosis. PCR consumables are also used in the research environment to produce large amounts of DNA for further characterization.
Yes, PCR consumables are designed to be compatible with a wide range of PCR instruments. It is important to ensure that the consumables you choose match the specifications and requirements of your specific PCR instrument.
Most PCR plastic consumables, such as tubes, plates, and strip tubes, are supplied as sterile products to prevent contamination. However, it is always recommended to double-check the packaging or product description to confirm the sterility of the consumables before use.
PCR consumables like tubes and plates are typically designed for single-use only. Reusing them can increase the risk of contamination and affect the accuracy of the results. It is recommended to use fresh, sterile consumables for each PCR experiment.
It is important to handle PCR consumables with clean gloves or pipette tips to avoid contamination. Avoid touching the interior surfaces of tubes or plates to prevent introducing impurities. Additionally, keep consumables sealed when not in use to maintain their sterility and integrity.
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