VP 771HH-LA- Flick and Blot Magnetic Separation Plate for 96 Well (U or V Bottom) Microplates or 96 PCR plates, 24 Magnetic (52 MGO) Cylinders, White Polycarbonate Frame, With New Clips, Pellet Positon Higher

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VP 771HH-LA

Handheld Magnetic Bead Separation Block for 96 Flat Well Microplates, U-Bottom Microplates, V-Bottom Microplates, and 96 PCR Microplates, 24 Round Post, 52 MGO NdFeB, White Polycarbonate Magnet Frame, Polypropylene Base, Each

The VP 771HH-LA is a Magnetic Separation Plate designed to separate magnetic beads from liquid samples. Best used for 96 flat well microplates, U-Bottom microplates, V-Bottom microplates, and 96 PCR microplates Beads are collected in the 4 corners of a square well microplate. This allows the pipet tips to be inserted to the bottom of the wells ensuring maximum aspiration of supernatant and minimizing bead loss. This can be used with manual pipettors on the benchtop or flick into a waste bin and blot onto our VP 540DB2, heavey duty blotting system. We use 24, powerful 52 MGO Neodymium Iron Boron Magnets which makes magnetic beads separate quickly, and efficiently.

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Product Name VP 771HH-LA- Flick and Blot Magnetic Separation Plate for 96 Well (U or V Bottom) Microplates or 96 PCR plates, 24 Magnetic (52 MGO) Cylinders, White Polycarbonate Frame, With New Clips, Pellet Positon Higher
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Handheld Magnetic Bead Separation Block for 96 Flat Well Microplates, U-Bottom Microplates, V-Bottom Microplates, and 96 PCR Microplates, 24 Round Post, 52 MGO NdFeB, White Polycarbonate Magnet Frame, Polypropylene Base, Each

Bead Pellet Location 4 Corners/Sides, Bottom
Components Magnetic Bead Separation Device
Container To Be Used Microplates
Microplate Format 96
Microplate Type Standard Well
Bottom Shape Round Bottom, V-Bottom, Pyramid
Mode of Use Flick and Blot
Materials Frame - Polycarbonate, Plate - Zinc Coated Steel, Handheld Base - Polypropylene
MGO 52
SLAS Dimensions No
Magnet Type Neodymium (NdFeB)
Robot Gripper Access No

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