Custom 0.2ml eight PCR tubes
contain eight 0.2ml (or 200μl) wells for performing PCR experiments. This custom tube can solve the following problems:
Sample capacity: 0.2ml Eight PCR Tubes are designed with a capacity of 0.2ml (or 200 microliters), which is suitable for PCR experiments with small sample volumes. In some cases, researchers may have very limited sample sizes, for example in fields such as genomics research, clinical diagnostics, or drug screening. This custom tube can help address the needs of PCR experiments with small sample volumes.
High-throughput PCR: 0.2ml PCR Tubes have 8 wells, which can process multiple samples at one time. This is very useful for laboratories or projects that require high-throughput PCR experiments, such as in gene expression analysis, genetic polymorphism research, high-throughput screening, and other applications. Such customized test tubes can improve the high-throughput processing capacity of the experiment and improve the efficiency of the experiment.
Automated operation: The design of PCR Tubes conforms to the size and hole spacing of standard PCR plates (plates), and can be easily used in conjunction with automated PCR instruments. This custom tube can meet the needs of high-throughput PCR experiments on automated PCR platforms, such as highly automated sample processing, data acquisition, and analysis on high-throughput PCR platforms.
Experiment standardization: Customized PCR Tubes can ensure the standardization and consistency of experiments. Using the same specification of PCR tubes between multiple experiments or multiple laboratories can reduce errors and variations, and improve the comparability and repeatability of experimental results.
The customized PCR Tubes can meet the needs of small sample volume, high-throughput PCR, automated operation and experimental standardization, and provide more flexible and efficient PCR experimental solutions.
Storage and Preservation of 0.2ml Eight PCR Tubes
For the eight 0.2ml PCR tubes
, how you store and preserve them depends on when you plan to use them and how long you need to keep them.
Here are a few possible approaches:
Immediate use: If you plan to use these PCR tubes immediately, you can place them in an ice bucket and store them on ice or at room temperature. This method ensures that the temperature of the PCR tubes is stable and prevents them from becoming contaminated.
Short-term storage: If you need to use these PCR tubes within a few days or weeks, you can place them in a freezer box or a -20°C freezer. Remove the PCR tubes from the refrigerator and allow them to thaw at room temperature before use. This method ensures long-term storage of PCR tubes, but it is necessary to ensure that they are fully thawed before thawing to avoid possible sample contamination.
Long-term storage: If you need to store these PCR tubes for a long time, you can place them in a liquid nitrogen storage tank or in a -80°C freezer. This method ensures long-term storage of PCR tubes and avoids possible sample contamination. Remove the PCR tubes from the refrigerator and allow them to thaw at room temperature before use.
Whichever method you choose, make sure to use the aseptic technique before handling the PCR tubes to avoid possible contamination.