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Member since: 2015
Organization: university of cambridge
Application Area: Proteomics and Cytomics
"What a life saver. It’s a brilliant product. perfect size for bit bigger dilutions as always had to rely on 15ml falcon tubes before. Lid locks are an advantage as well. I am using the Protein Lo-bind 5ml tubes and had no issues yet. A must to have consumable in Lab "
Member since: 2016
Organization: University of Louisville
Great results, would recommend these tubes to any lab!
Application Area:Sample prep for western blots
"This product works great. The tubes are sturdy and well made....they won't crack in the centrifuge like some products from other companies have done."
Member since: 2014
Organization: Sanger Institute
Application Area:General Labware
"The 5 ml tube is ideal to prepare solutions in a slightly bigger volume but not too big like a 15 ml tube. It works perfectly as a normal eppendorf tube and is ideal to use with 1000ul pipette too. "
Member since: 2013
Application Area:General Lab
"The 5 ml tubes give you a lot more flexibility of manipulations of samples in a tube. For example, if you have to use a tissue homogenizer on a small volume, such as 3 ml, the 5 ml tube has enough volume to accommodate this. They fit in tube racks made for 15 ml conical tubes, which is convenient. The price seems high, since they are the same approximate price as the 15 ml conical tubes, but they have different uses. My only complaint is that the way Eppendorf has manufactured them with an outline of their logo underneath the cap, it can be hard to see what you wrote on the top."