Bio-rad T100

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The Bio-Rad T100 Thermal Cycler is a high-performance thermal cycler that offers outstanding performance and flexibility. The T100 Thermal Cycler uses a specially designed thermal block to provide uniform heating and cooling, resulting in rapid cycling with minimal increases in temperature. The T100 also includes an internal heater that provides even heating while heating up the contents of the reaction tube. This ensures that your samples are heated evenly, so any differences in temperature do not affect the results of your experiment.

Bio-Rad T100 has a capacity of up to four 25-mm circular tubes or eight 12-mm square tubes. It provides up to 96 cycles per run, allowing for more complex experiments than other thermal cyclers on the market. It also offers better temperature stability than many competing models, which means you can trust your results when you use this device for your experiments at home or in the lab. It's an affordable and easy-to-use device that makes it possible to conduct PCR and other thermal cycling reactions. This thermal cycler is ideal for a wide range of experiments in both academic and industrial settings.

Features

  • This device also includes an autoloader which makes it possible to load up to 96 samples at once, so you can spend less time preparing your samples and more time conducting experiments.
  • It comes with software designed specifically for this device that makes it easy to control all aspects of your experiments from a computer connected to the internet.
  • The thermal cycler offers fast, uniform heating and cooling of 96 reaction tubes and can be operated in manual or automatic mode.
  • Designed for use with the Bio-Rad iQ5 Real-Time PCR Detection System (#1707584) to amplify and detect target DNA sequences in as little as 15 minutes per reaction.
  • It is capable of cycling from 55°C to 95°C with a temperature ramp rate of 10°C/minute.
  • Built-in computer control, which allows you to set the optimum program settings for each cycle.
  • It can be used for a wide variety of applications, including DNA amplification, DNA sequencing, RNA transcription, and more. It can also be used for high-throughput analysis and automated workflow.