Dependable sample storage
Capping and decapping tubes at laboratories might seem harmless at first. However, when dealing with very small sample volumes, constantly opening and closing of tubes may lead to a loss in sealing performance. This can cause various issues in the laboratory, which can include risking the safety of those handling the samples.
Micronic tubes and caps are proven to be the safest choice for capping and decapping without any damage to the tubes and caps, so that sample integrity can be maintained.
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