KIMBLE Dounce tissue grinder set

2 mL complete

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mfr. no.

Kimble®, 885300-0002

pestle A clearance

0.0030-0.0050 in.

pestle B clearance

0.0005-0.0025 in.

working volume × L

2 mL × 60 mm

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General description

Designed primarily for cellular work where the nucleus remains intact after homogenization. All-glass construction. Two pestles are supplied with each complete set. Large clearance pestle is used for the initial sample reduction. Small clearance pestle is used to form the final homogenate.

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KIMBLE is a registered trademark of DWK Life Sciences
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Fang-Yuan Hu et al.
Frontiers in bioengineering and biotechnology, 8, 564057-564057 (2020-10-20)
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Naomi Habib et al.
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