APPLIED BIOSYSTEMS Thermal Cycler For Sale and Wanted

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These online auctions feature Surplus Medical Equipment Extracted from Featuring A Variety of Medical Equipment & Consumables from A Bergen County, NJ Plastic Surgeon & Rensselear, NY BioTech Lab Location: 81 Hamburg Tpk, Riverdale, NJ 07457, US

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July 23

Asking Price:
$320 USD

Ali Rehman / Tekyard LLC
phone: +1 (952) 955-6373

APPLIED BIOSYSTEMS GeneAmp PCR System 9700 (N8050200) Thermal Cycler For Sale

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

July 22

Asking Price:
$452 USD
$375 USD (17% Off)

AA Medical
phone: +1 (443) 300-8481

APPLIED BIOSYSTEMS 7500 Fast DX Real-Time PCR Thermal Cycler For Sale

* PCR system featuring 96-well, 5-color real-time PCR for in vitro diagnostic use * This system was just removed from service in good working condition from a leading U.S. hospital * The unit is in... view more

June 20

Asking Price:
$3,999 USD

M.J. Dakay / Miga Solutions
phone: +1 (763) 225-8400
July 22

Asking Price:
$158 USD

Stan Kots / Labtain
phone: +1 (833) 522-8246
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Thermal Cycler

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.