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Microtubes are small plastic containers made of polypropylene with tapered ends. The doors of these pipes are often made of polyethylene and attached to the body, which can be opened and closed sequentially without any change in performance. In addition to resistance to chemical and organic solvents, these pipes are able to withstand temperatures in the range of -80 ° C to 121 ° C. It is possible to disinfect microtubes at a temperature of 121 ° C and a pressure of one atmosphere. Types of microtubes include: sterile and non-sterile. Samples such as DNA, which are highly sensitive and affect any PCR results, are usually stored in sterilized microtubes. The most common type of microtubule classification is based on its capacity. 0.1 and 0.2 ml microtubules have thin, transparent walls and are used to hold very small volumes of samples such as DNA and RNA. 0.5, 1.5 and 2 ml microtubules are used to perform experiments such as sample extraction or storage of specific amounts of biological samples.