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MJ Research PTC-150 MiniCycler- PreOwned in Very Good Condition Description: The MJ Research PTC-150 MiniCycler is a reliable easy-to-use thermal cycler, designed by field experts. Users can... view more
Has been tested and DOES NOT WORK.... view more
Applied Biosystem PCR9700 Thermal Cycler All our units have been tested and are in EXCELLENT Condition. We supply all endoscope brand refurished and repair service. Pls feel free to contact... view more
Item # 322804, 329795 Title: Bio-Rad Dyad Disciple PTC-220 DNA Engine Peltier Thermal Cycler Manufacturer: Bio-Rad Model: Dyad Disciple PTC-220 Description: DNA Engine Peltier Thermal Cycler ... view more
Good condition, with some signs of use/wear present cosmetically on the item such as scratches/marks as shown. Removed from a working environment, comes only with what's shown; please see photos for... view more
Good condition, signs of use/wear present such as the chip in paint/exterior below the keypad on the front. Powers on and begins startup process, unable to further test. Comes only with what's... view more
$375 USD (17% Off)
Thermal cycler equipment is a laboratory device used to amplify and analyze DNA and RNA samples. It is a key tool for molecular biology research and is used to amplify and analyze a wide range of samples, from single-cell organisms to tissue samples. Thermal cyclers work by heating and cooling samples at precise temperatures in order to replicate and analyze genetic material. They are used in a variety of applications, including PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) and qPCR (Quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction).
Thermal cyclers come in a variety of sizes and prices, ranging from basic models for small-scale research to high-end models for large-scale research. Basic models typically cost around $500, while more advanced models can cost up to $10,000. Most major manufacturers of laboratory equipment offer thermal cyclers, including Applied Biosystems, Bio-Rad, Eppendorf, and Thermo Fisher Scientific. Many of these manufacturers offer a range of models to suit different needs and budgets.