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280 Vance Road
St. Louis, MO 63088 USA
United States of America, Missouri
Toll free: 800-227-9997
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Providing the highest quality and most dependable products found anywhere in the world!
MIDSCI is a leading Molecular Biology Supplier that specializes in PCR, tissue culture, liquid handling, autoradiography, hybridization, cryogenic storage, and electrophoresis. Our wide product range includes everything from Agarose, DNA Polymerase, nitrocellulose membranes, Pipettors, pipette tips, and common reagents to larger equipment such as centrifuges, shakers, refrigerators, and freezers.
In addition MIDSCI Serves all of your Tissue Cell Culture needs, TPP provides a wide range of Tissue Cell Culture Plastics designed to benefit the most demanding research scientists. Swiss-engineered quality, convenient yellow marking areas, and excellent optical clarity are just a few of the advantages you can expect with TPP.Flasks: 25, 75, 150, 300cm2 Peel-Off and Re-Closables Flasks 115cm2 - 150cm2; Dishes: 40 - 60 - 100 - 150mm; 50ml Bioreactor Tubes; PCV Easy Read Cell Counting System; Flask/Tube: 10cm2Tissue Culture Treated; Serological Pipettes; New 25/40ml and 50/70ml Reservoir Serological Pipettes; FILTERMAX 0.2µm PES Vacuum Systems, 150, 250 & 500ml; Bottle Top 0.2µm PES Filters; 0.2µm PES Syringe Filters; Cryo Tubes.
Last update of this entry: September 26, 2008
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