c-Myc RFP

Introducing EcoCulture Tissue Culture Plates

Allele Biotech is scoring one for the environment again. Our brand new EcoCulture Tissue Culture Dishes are designed with up to 40% less plastic than other brands, helping us attain our goal to minimize the menacing need for plastic consumables in the lab. Our high tech, environmentally friendly EcoCulture Dishes demonstrate much better imaging capabilities because of the thin lay of plastic at the bottom, and stronger physical strength even using only 60% plastic due to their patented design, aiding the environment by reducing energy consumption and decreasing the amount of plastic that will end up on our planet. An all inclusive environmental effort surrounds this brand new product line with our added commitment of donating 1% of profits from EcoCulture sales to an environmental aid organization (to be determined).

EcoCulture Dishes were a natural progression for Allele Biotech product design. For a long time our operations have included environmentally friendly endeavors; our recycling program which we conduct at a cost to us, our Box Swap program designed to reuse and reduce the need for Styrofoam, and our packaging methods that emphasize minimal use of materials as a long time company policy have all been executed in the interest of the environment. We have striven toward the belief that you do not have to sacrifice the planet in the name of research and the launch of our EcoCulture Dishes aims to spread our altruistic philosophies to our customers and partners in research!

Brochures and catalogue numbers of these products will become listed on our webpages shortly. Visit us often or follow us on Facebook, twitter, or myspace for updates on all our weekly promotions and new products of the week.

Promotion of the week: Falcon 96-well tissue culture grade plates giveaway–buy 1 bottle of our top quality FBS (validated for both mammalian and insect cells), receive 3 packages of 5×96 Falcon 3075 flat bottom tissue culture plates for free!

Promotion of the week 060710-06310: iPS factors with fluorescent protein tracers on ready-to-use high titer lentivirus, currently available-Oct3/4 with RFP and c-Myc with RFP, more to be added.

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