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Filtered Pipette Tips

Filtered Pipette Tips

Suitable for nucleic acid amplification experiments, radioactive or isotopically labelled samples, volatile or corrosive samples, transfer of critical test samples, etc. Not only does it ensure the accuracy of the results, but it also protects the pipette and the experimenter.Available in racks with a wide volume range of 0.2μL-10mL.

  • Bagged Pack 20μL Yellow Filter Pipette Tips

    Bagged Pack 20μL Yellow Filter Pipette Tips

    Tips with fliter are a consumable designed to avoid cross-contamination and are often used in experiments in molecular biology, cytology, virology, etc. For experiments with high sensitivity requirements, or for valuable samples or reagents that are prone to residues, low adsorption tips can be chosen to improve recovery. The hydrophobic surface of the low adsorption tips reduces the risk of low surface tension liquids leaving a high residual in the tip. The wide mouth tip is ideal for aspirating viscous materials, genomic DNA and cell cultures.

  • Bagged Extended Long 10uL Filter Pipette Tips

    Bagged Extended Long 10uL Filter Pipette Tips

    Tips with fliter are a consumable designed to avoid cross-contamination and are often used in experiments in molecular biology, cytology, virology, etc. For experiments with high sensitivity requirements, or for valuable samples or reagents that are prone to residues, low adsorption tips can be chosen to improve recovery. The hydrophobic surface of the low adsorption tips reduces the risk of low surface tension liquids leaving a high residual in the tip. The wide mouth tip is ideal for aspirating viscous materials, genomic DNA and cell cultures.

  • Bagged 10μL Transparent Filter Pipette Tips

    Bagged 10μL Transparent Filter Pipette Tips

    Tips with fliter are a consumable designed to avoid cross-contamination and are often used in experiments in molecular biology, cytology, virology, etc. For experiments with high sensitivity requirements, or for valuable samples or reagents that are prone to residues, low adsorption tips can be chosen to improve recovery. The hydrophobic surface of the low adsorption tips reduces the risk of low surface tension liquids leaving a high residual in the tip. The wide mouth tip is ideal for aspirating viscous materials, genomic DNA and cell cultures.