4titude® Dividable PCR Plates by Brooks Life Sciences

The 4titude® Dividable Plates range allows for the most flexible, efficient and cost-effective use of a PCR plate. Based on the 2-component PCR plates, the FrameStar® Break-A-Way and Break-2-Ways plates can be easily divided into smaller plate sections, ensuring no tubes are wasted. The Tear-A-Way™ plate range is based on the non-skirted standard PCR plate. The desired number of wells can be quickly and easily separated off along perforations between the rows.

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4titude® Dividable PCR Plates
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Dividable 2-Component PCR Plates - FrameStar® Break-A-Way and Break-2-Ways

  • Combination of FrameStar® range and single tube formats 
    • Thin-walled polypropylene tubes for optimal PCR results 
    • Rigid polycarbonate frame for easy and reliable handling
  • Dividable horizontally, vertically or both - Flexible solutions for every application 
  • Available as standard and low-profile plates to suit your reaction volume and instrument format - Highest instrument compatibility 
  • 2D coded options available - Error-free sample tracking 

Standard PCR Plates - Tear-A-Way™ 

  • Plate available perforated either in the vertical direction, tearing into 8 well strips, or in the horizontal direction, tearing into 12 well strips
  • Non-skirted plates - Universal cycler and sequencer compatibility 
  • 8 well version is easily divided into 24 and 48 well plates to fit a 24 or 48 well thermal cycler block 
  • 12 well version perfectly suited for gradient cyclers 
  • White version available for superior qPCR performance

FrameStar® is covered by one or more of the following US patents or their foreign counterparts, owned by Eppendorf AG: US Patent Nos. 7,347, 977 and 6,340,589. FrameStar® is a registered trademark owned by 4titude®Ltd. 

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