P1552 Sigma


W × D × H 4 1/2 in. × 3 3/8 in. × 2 1/2 in., PETG, sterile; γ-irradiated



Related Categories Cell Culture Supplies, Culture Boxes and Accessories, Labware, Molecular Biology, Phytatray Products,
material   PETG
sterility   sterile; γ-irradiated
W × D × H   4 1/2 in. × 3 3/8 in. × 2 1/2 in.
Featured Industry   Agriculture


General description

These trays are sterile, disposable plant cell culture vessels made of PETG. They are ideal for numerous plant cell culture applications, such as high throughput screening.


Packaged with sterile lids and trays/case in each box.

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Phytatray is a trademark of Sigma-Aldrich Co. LLC

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P5929 Phytatray II, W × D × H 114 mm (4 1/2 in.) × 86 mm (3 3/8 in.) × 102 mm (4 in.), PETG, sterile; γ-irradiated

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