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Thermo Scientific™

ART™ Non-Filtered Extended-Length Wide-Bore Genomic pipette Tips

Catalog number: 3701
Thermo Scientific™

ART™ Non-Filtered Extended-Length Wide-Bore Genomic pipette Tips

Catalog number: 3701
Ideal for very viscous material
 
Catalog Number
3701
Unit Size
Case of 3072
Volume (Metric)
200 μL
Tip Style
Extended Length
Format
Rack
Sterility
Sterile
Price (USD)
Full specifications
Volume (Metric)200 μL
FilteredNon-Filtered
SterilitySterile
ColorClear
Clean ClaimsDNase, RNase, DNA, ATP and Endotoxin Free
FormatRack
Tip StyleExtended Length
Product LineART
Fit for PurposeSterile
Unit SizeCase of 3072
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Catalog NumberSpecificationsUnit SizeVolume (Metric)Tip StyleFormatSterilityPrice (USD)
3701Full specifications
Case of 3072200 μLExtended LengthRackSterileContact Us ›
Volume (Metric)200 μL
FilteredNon-Filtered
SterilitySterile
ColorClear
Clean ClaimsDNase, RNase, DNA, ATP and Endotoxin Free
FormatRack
Tip StyleExtended Length
Product LineART
Fit for PurposeSterile
Unit SizeCase of 3072
Showing 1 of 1

These specialty Wide Bore Tips are designed for researchers dealing with macromolecules like genomic DNA and are especially critical when transferring fragile cellular samples such as macrophages, hybridomas and hepatocytes. When these types of samples are forced through the narrow tip orifice of conventional tips, they are subjected to mechanical shearing forces that can cause trauma and fragmentation to the cells being transferred. The result is often a decrease in plating capability and compromised cell viability. Our wide bore blunt end tip orifice eliminates cell shearing and flow resistance, making this tip ideal for very viscous material.

  • Clear, extended-length tips with large orifice
  • For working with macromolecules, viscous material, plant tissues, or doing cell suspensions
  • Extended length is perfect for those hard-to-reach applications
  • DNase, RNase, DNA, ATP, and Endotoxin Free

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