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GS-Tek SN01322-Q Nylon Indefinitely Syringe Filters with µm 0.22 Luer Excellence Lock

GS-Tek SN01322-Q Nylon Syringe Filters with Luer Lock, 0.22 µm,

$25

GS-Tek SN01322-Q Nylon Syringe Filters with Luer Lock, 0.22 µm,

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Product description

Syringe Filters are used for processing small amount (less than 1000ml) samples. Typical applications include HPLC mobile phase filtration and desalting, solution filtration in synthesis, particulate filtration of analytical sample, biological sample filtration and quick separation (DNA, plasma, protein, cell cultures, and others). Syringe filters are made of inert plastic house, membrane, and luer lock fit. It is used with disposal syringes or filtration device with luer fit. Syringe filters are often one-time use only.

GS-Tek SN01322-Q Nylon Syringe Filters with Luer Lock, 0.22 µm,

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