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T4816

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Clear-view Snap-Cap microtubes

capacity 1.5 mL, natural, low retention

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Synonym(s):
low retention microtube, snap-cap vial
NACRES:
NB.22

material

conical bottom
flat cap
polypropylene

sterility

non-sterile

feature

RCF 20,000 × g
RNase and DNase free
neck thread Push fit
low retention

packaging

pack of 250 ea

manufacturer/tradename

Excel Scientific MCTS 1.5N

technique(s)

PCR: suitable

capacity

1.5 mL

color

natural

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feature

RCF 20,000 × g, RNase and DNase free, neck thread Push fit, low retention

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RCF 20,000 × g, RNase and DNase free, graduations, neck thread Push fit

feature

RCF 20,000 × g, RNase and DNase free, neck thread Push fit

feature

RCF 20,000 × g, RNase and DNase free

packaging

pack of 250 ea

packaging

case of 10,000 ea

packaging

pack of 500 ea

packaging

pack of 500 ea

manufacturer/tradename

Excel Scientific MCTS 1.5N

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manufacturer/tradename

Excel Scientific MCTS-0.6N

manufacturer/tradename

Excel Scientific MCT-1.5N

capacity

1.5 mL

capacity

0.6 mL

capacity

0.6 mL

capacity

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General description

  • Superior clarity for sample viewing
  • A consistent, ring-lock seal prevents inadvertent opening
  • Angled cap lid makes opening easy without thumb fatigue
  • Large flat tops for ease of identification and a pierceable cap
  • Large, crisp reference lines and graduation numbers
  • Certified RNase/DNase free

Application

Clear-view Snap-Cap microtubes have been used in iCLIP (individual-nucleotide resolution UV crosslinking and immunoprecipitation) protocol. They have been used for the preparation of serum samples for MS/MS (mass spectrometry) analysis.

Legal Information

Clear-view is a trademark of Excel Scientific, Inc.

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Minh Doan et al.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 117(35), 21381-21390 (2020-08-26)
Stored red blood cells (RBCs) are needed for life-saving blood transfusions, but they undergo continuous degradation. RBC storage lesions are often assessed by microscopic examination or biochemical and biophysical assays, which are complex, time-consuming, and destructive to fragile cells. Here
Ruben N Pinto et al.
Cytometry. Part A : the journal of the International Society for Analytical Cytology, 95(9), 976-984 (2019-07-12)
Deleterious changes, collectively termed as storage lesions, alter the characteristics of red blood cell (RBC) morphology during in vitro storage. Due to gradual loss of cellular membrane, RBCs lose their original biconcave disk shape and begin a process of spherical
Pre-analytical-related variability influencing serum peptide profiles demonstrated in a mass spectrometry-based search for colorectal and prostate cancer biomarkers.
Karczmarski J, et al.
Acta Biochimica Polonica, 60, 417-425 (2013)
Individual-nucleotide-resolution UV Cross-linking and Immunoprecipitation (iCLIP) of UPF1.
Zund D and Muhlemann O
Bio-protocol (2014)

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