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Cell Strainer

blue, Individually Wrapped, sterile; γ-irradiated, pack of 50 ea





sterile; γ-irradiated


pack of 50 ea
pkg of (individually wrapped)

pore size

40 μm

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General description

Cell Strainers from MIDSCI can be used for many applications including isolating cells and removing clumps or debris. Cell Strainers from MIDSCI are compatible with standard 50mL centrifuge tubes. The exclusive Pestle design improves manipulation of material in the strainer during operation.
  • Polypropylene housing with nylon mesh filter eliminates the need to fabricate filters from gauze, paper, nylon mesh, or other materials
  • Elongated lip on housing extends beyond edge of centrifuge tube enabling aseptic handling with forceps
  • Extended gripping tab on housing for easy handling
  • Available in three porosities: 40, 70, 100 um
  • Color coded by mesh porosity for easy identification
  • Packaged sterile (gamma irradiated) in individually wrapped peel-to-open paper/plastic wrapper or bulk packed in bags

Certificate of Analysis

Certificate of Origin

Jessica M Vélez et al.
PloS one, 16(1), e0231367-e0231367 (2021-01-07)
The ectomycorrhizal fungal symbiont Cenococcum geophilum is of high interest as it is globally distributed, associates with many plant species, and has resistance to multiple environmental stressors. C. geophilum is only known from asexual states but is often considered a...


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