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May. 1, Vol. 36, No. 9
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Ductless Workstation

Hemco

The MicroFlow II is an ideal Class 1 ductless carbon filtered workstation equipped with activated carbon filtration, for fumes, odors, and nonhazardous chemical vapors. The system is completely self-contained with integral recessed work surface ...

Cold Chain Monitoring Solution

Onset Computer

The InTemp™ CX400 Series is a new pharmaceutical cold chain monitoring solution that represents a brand new way of monitoring vaccines and other temperature-sensitive products. These devices a combine Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), robust...

Rapid Reagent Dispenser

Integra Biosciences

The VIAFILL reagent dispenser is ideal for applications including compound storage/addition, ELISA, genomic/proteomic studies and screening, as well as cell based and kinetic assays. Featuring an intuitive touchscreen user interface, programming...

Benchtop Tangential Flow Perfusion System

Spectrum Laboratories

The KML-100 Benchtop Perfusion System is designed for managing perfusion of 2 L to 100 L working volume bioreactors using gamma-sterilized, single-use, ready-to-process perfusion flow-paths. The KML-100 uses a single-use, nonpulsating, levitatin...

3D Fluidics Printer

Dolomite Centre

The Fluidic Factory is designed for ease of use, enabling rapid prototyping of fluidically sealed devices such as chips, sensor cartridges, fluid manifolds, valves, connectors, and medical devices. The intelligent software and innovative hardwar...

Glass Vials

Pall Life Sciences

The Pyrofree line features Type I clear glass vials in 2 mL, 5 mL, 10 mL and 20 mL sizes with 13 mm and 20 mm bromobutyl stoppers finished with Flurotec ® coating. The stringent vial sterilization process includes depyrogenation by dry h...

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