Leachables: The Hidden Dangers of Plastic



For most researchers, it’s hard to believe that the tubes and tips they use everyday could impact and even skew their experimental results. But recent reports show chemicals used to formulate everyday plastic labware can leach into liquid solutions – with profound consequences for some assays. Weighing in on these concerns, our own Peter Rezk was recently featured in BioTechniques’ Webinar titled “Leachables: The hidden dangers of plastic”. In this special webinar, three speakers discuss their experiences with plastic leachables – what problems they caused and how they fixed them. To learn more and register for the Webinar, click here.

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About the Author : Marc Menickella

Marc Menickella earned his bachelor’s degree in communication studies and marketing from The College of New Jersey. As Associate Product Manager for WHEATON, Marc's main focus is glass and plastic vials for both research and packaging applications. In addition, with his experience in social media marketing, Marc manages WHEATON’s social media platforms including LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

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