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  September 28, 2016
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Ultra-Violet Products Ltd

Unit 1, Trinity Hall Farm Estate, Nuffield Road
Cambridge CB4 1TG
United Kingdom

Phone: +44(0)1223-420022
Fax: +44(0) 1223-420561

Please notice: This entry hasn't been updated by the submitting company for more than 2 years. It could be possible that this company doesn't longer exists.

Description:

UVP is a world leader in gel documentation and image analysis software packages for analysis in electrophoresis and biotechnology applications. UVP is also a manufacturer of ultraviolet transilluminators, UV lamps, viewing cabinets and related equipment. UVP focuses on design and manufacture of a broad spectrum of innovative instruments and imaging systems for Life Science applications. With our core expertise as the leading developer and manufacturer of ultraviolet products since 1932, UVP continues to move forward with unique products with a specialty in fluorescence and luminescence-based imaging applications in the molecular, cellular, and whole organism Life Sciences. UVP's headquarters and manufacturing facility is located in Upland, California with European Operations in Cambridge, England. With administrative staff and manufacturing personnel of over 100 employees, our organization provides comprehensive service and support to customers and dealers worldwide. Web site: www.uvp.com

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Last update of this entry: August 28, 2012

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