The following equipment is located in the UW Health Sciences Building, Room K-161. It is not located at the Surplus warehouse.
Item: Applied Biosystems DNA Analyzer, Model 3730xl, Serial Number 18122-022. D.O.M.: February, 2006, Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation, Tokyo, Japan.
Key Components & Features: 96-capillary sequencer is the gold standard for high throughput DNA sequencing. The original laser was replaced with a new laser in January 2013, and the unit has had low to moderate use since then.
Attachments/ Accessories That Come with the Equipment: Sequencer comes with an external computer and flat panel monitor, which includes a suite of software for instrument setup and controls, data diagnostics, visualizations, and data analysis.
Onsite Contact: For questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact Dr. Hillary Hayden, Department of Microbiology, at 206-897-1720 / hhayden at uw dot edu.
This equipment is offered as-is, where-is. No warranty is stated nor implied. Buyer is solely responsible for pick-up/ packaging/ removal of equipment. To purchase this equipment, please contact Eric Wahl in the main Surplus office: 206-685-1573 / ericwahl at uw dot edu or surplus at uw dot edu.
46734-3. And its birth name is Ritter 109, although you can call it whatever you like when you get it home. Features ample storage space in the attached cabinet, and while some of the cupboards might fit a baby; we don’t recommend that. Measures 45” x 22” x 5’H.
46921-1. Technically, this is called a Laerdal Airway Management Trainer, and he comes in his own case to avoid curious onlookers, but you can call him Clark, or Vitto, or Fabio, or Bubba or whatever your dream date name is; we won’t tell. Comes with a spare set of teeth, always great in a dream date.