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Polypropylene copolymer is used to make a huge variety of Nalgene labware including bottles, beakers, graduated cylinders, Erlenmeyer flasks, centrifuge tubes, and many other items where autoclavability and long-term chemical compatibility are key requirements.
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Our reusable plasticware products include cylinders, burets, flasks, funnels, beakers, and hundreds of additional products.
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Fluorinated ethylene propylene (FEP) is thought of by many people as “Teflon™”; however, Teflon™ fluoropolymers are manufactured exclusively by The Chemours Company FC, LLC and the Teflon™ trademark may be used only under a license agreement from Chemours.
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Low density polyethylene is used to make Nalgene bottles, wash bottles, carboys, dropper bottles and other items where flexibility, impact strength and long-term chemical compatibility are key requirements.
With simplification in mind, we have developed a variety of ReadyProbes™ fluorescent labeling reagents that make sample staining and image analysis much easier. These ready-to-use imaging reagents are quickly being adopted by fluorescence microscopists in both academic and commercial settings. Whether you are new to fluorescence imaging or an experienced user trying to streamline your protocols, ReadyProbes™ reagents allow you to spend less time preparing solutions and more time analyzing results.
We have applied our 30 years of fluorescence experience to the development of ready-to-use reagents that facilitate several of the procedures required for today’s cell biology research. The first set of these ReadyProbes™ reagents and kits addresses core fluorescence imaging needs. ReadyProbes™ reagents are formulated for maximum convenience, without sacrificing any of their optical or physicochemical properties. These reagents are provided with concise protocols and user-friendly packaging that includes recyclable, recycled, and sustainable materials where possible.
The R&D scientists in our labs have developed a variety of nonbiological calibration standards designed for reliably assessing the operation of conventional fluorescence microscopes, confocal laser-scanning microscopes, and flow cytometers. The dye molecules in these microsphere standards are localized within the polymeric matrix, making the beads brighter and more photostable than conventional surface-stained beads. The stability, uniformity, and reproducibility of Molecular Probes® fluorescent microspheres make them ideal reference standards for day-to-day calibrations as well as for sensitive image registration and quantitative measurements with multiply stained fluorescent cells and tissues.