ABI 3730 DNA Analyzer in operational condition.
This ABI 3730 DNA Analyzer was surplused by The Institute for Bioinformatics and Evolutionary Studies (IBEST,) an interdisciplinary research group at the University of Idaho. This ABI 3730 DNA Analyzer is in operational condition.
The ABI 3730 is extremely sensitive and will remain in its present location until a buyer is identified and arrangements have been made to move the equipment.
Potential buyers may contact Matt Settles using the contact information above with any questions/concerns.
DNA Analyzer, ABI 3730, Serial No. 1520-040
- Polymer delivery pump needs service/replacement, still operational
- Last preventative maintenance by ABI technition occurred summer 2011.
We are selling this item "as-is" and "where-is" and do not guarantee the condition, completeness, or it's usability.
This ABI 3730 DNA Analyzer must be removed from the Life Sciences South Building at the end of this semester and removal must be coordinated with Matt Settles the contact listed for this ABI 3730 DNA Analyzer.
This item is located in the Life Science South building Room 116 at the University of Idaho Moscow campus.
There is no open viewing: All viewing must be accomplished by appointment only, please contact Matt Settles using the contact information above.
We incourage you to view any item which you are bidding on in person.
Purchases can be made from Surplus Store only during regular Store Hours.
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