A PCR enclosure, also referred to as a PCR workstation, is used in laboratories that deal with genetics and biology.
These workstations provide an enclosed space to effectively prevent cross contamination between samples and UV lights that are used for sterilisation.
Generally speaking, a PCR enclosure is a workspace that is enclosed on three sides and is used for performing amplification of DNA and RNA.
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Polymerase chain reaction for DNA analysis (PCR) enclosures are designed to improve PCR accuracy by effectively storing and decontaminating reagents, solutions and equipment both during and after PCR experiments.
Included in PCR enclosures are PCR workstations and PCR cabinets which are essential for any PCR laboratory. These additions are generally available with a variety of options and features.
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