Applied Biosystems™

MicroAmp™ 8-Tube Strip, 0.2 mL, assorted colors

Catalog number:  N8010838

 Related applications: PCR

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The Applied BIosystems® MicroAmp® 8-Tube Strips are optimally designed for precise PCR and fits on 0.2mL thermal cyclers including the Veriti™ 96-Well Thermal Cycler, GeneAmp® PCR System 9700 and the Applied Biosystems® 2720 Thermal Cycler.

• Assorted colors--red, orange, blue, and green--for easy discrimination
• Designed as strips of 8 tubes for convenience
• Manufactured to precisely fit industry standard well spacing

You can use this product with all instruments that feature heated sample covers to eliminate condensation and the need for a mineral oil overlay. Proprietary MicroAmp® tubes are essential for high performance PCR. They ensure the greatest temperature and amplification uniformity for your samples. These one-piece strips are composed of eight 0.2 mL MicroAmp® Reaction Tubes joined near the tube opening.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.


Cap Type: Not Included
Color: Assorted Colors
For Use With (Equipment): 2720 Thermal Cycler, 310 Genetic Analyzer, GeneAmp 9700, ProFlex™ PCR System, SimpliAmp™ Thermal Cycler, StepOne™, Veriti Dx Thermal Cycler, Veriti Thermal Cycler
Product Line: MicroAmp®
Product Size: 120 strips
Shipping Condition: Room Temperature
Tube Type: Strip of 8
Volume (Metric): 0.2 mL

Contents & storage

Strip of 8 attached reaction tubes without caps, assorted colors. Recommended maximum reaction volume of 100µL.


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