Applied Biosystems® 2720 Thermal Cycler
This personal-sized 96-well thermal cycler is ideal for both basic PCR and cycle-sequencing applications using 0.2 mL reaction tubes or 96-well reaction plates.
- Get proven Applied Biosystems® PCR performance at an affordable price
- Save lab space without sacrificing results
- Enhance your productivity with intuitive software
Industry-Standard PCR Technology You Can Afford
The Applied Biosystems® 2720 Thermal Cycler is a more compact package and at a lower price. It provides the same reliability and performance that customers around the world have come to expect from Applied Biosystems® thermal cyclers.
Small Footprint Saves Valuable Lab Space
With dimensions of only 21 cm (8.3 in.) wide and 36 cm (14.2 in.) deep, you can fit the 2720 Thermal Cycler almost anywhere. And because its cooling vents are in the back, you can safely squeeze it into tight spaces to save your valuable bench space.
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