CoverWell™ incubation chambers
CoverWell™ incubation chambers are reusable, easy to apply chambers that attach without the use of adhesive. CoverWells™ enclose a large sample area with a small reagent volume and preserve kinetic (non-capillary) fluid dynamics for better reagent mixing and lower backgrounds within the chamber for more uniformly sensitive assays. These ready-to-use chambers are designed expressly for in situ hybridization and immunocytochemistry.
- Eliminate precipitate deposits on specimens by incubating slides and specimens upside down during enzymatic color precipitation reaction
- Provides an exceptionally secure seal during submerged water bath and/or high temperature incubations
- RNase and DNase free
- Easily removed
- Adheres to wet or dry surfaces
Please note, that we can customize chamber shape, size and depth for your application.
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