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Data Sheet - C5730
Mini-centrifuge – 220V Catalog #C5065 – Mini-centrifuge – 110V Following are some recommended operating procedures: Operation • After unpacking, place the Mini-Centrifuge on a flat, clear surface
Data Sheet - C5980
in corner positions. ProductInformation Catalog #C5980 – Mini-centrifuge – 220V Catalog #C5855 – Mini-centrifuge – 110V Safeguard • Do not immerse device in water. Injury due...
Data Sheet - C5855
in corner positions. ProductInformation Catalog #C5980 – Mini-centrifuge – 220V Catalog #C5855 – Mini-centrifuge – 110V Safeguard • Do not immerse device in water. Injury due...
Product Information Sheet - 10831
speed centrifugation during the washing steps. 1. Add HISTOPAQUE 1083 to centrifuge tubes • Add 3.0 ml if using a 15 ml centrifuge tubes. • Add 15.0 ml if using 50...
Product Information Sheet - UC9604
filter plate and withstand the centrifugation forces used in Step 4. 4. Centrifuge the Plate Assembly Centrifuge the plate assembly according to the Centrifugation Options table below or until all
Product Information Sheet - UC9601
filter plate and withstand the centrifugation forces used in Step 4. 4. Centrifuge the Plate Assembly Centrifuge the plate assembly according to the Centrifugation Options table below or until all
Product Information Sheet - 10771
negligible. Most extraneous platelets are removed by low speed centrifugation during the washing steps. 1. To a 15-mL conical centrifuge tube, add 3 mL of Histopaque-1077 and bring to room temperature
Product Information Sheet - PEROX1
The serial centrifugations include: • Low speed centrifugation (1000 x g) • Low speed centrifugation (2000 x g) • Medium speed centrifugation (25,000 x g) The serial centrifugations remove nuclei
Product Information Sheet - NA0100
precipitation. After centrifugation the pellet may be loosely attached to the side of the centrifuge tube. Mark the tube for orientation relative to the centrifugal force prior to centrifugation. Carefully pipette
User Protocol
storage, the column plug must be inserted only after centrifuging the 13 Equilibration Buffer from the spin column. Plugging the column without centrifugation could lead to the frit being pushed up by hydraulic
Product Information Sheet - RNB700
speed centrifuge is not available? A fixed speed centrifuge can be used, however reduced yields may be observed. 2. At what temperature should I centrifuge my samples? All centrifugation steps
Product Information Sheet - A2055
decreased recovery. 5. Centrifuge at 1,000 × g for 10 minutes at room temperature. Alternatively, centrifuge at 800 × g for 15 minutes at room temperature. Centrifugation at lower temperatures, such
Product Information Sheet - A1805
decreased recovery. 5. Centrifuge at 1,000 × g for 10 minutes at room temperature. Alternatively, centrifuge at 800 × g for 15 minutes at room temperature. Centrifugation at lower temperatures, such
Product Information Sheet - RNB600
variable speed centrifuge is not available? A fixed speed centrifuge can be used, however reduced yields may be observed. 2. At what temperature should I centrifuge my samples? All centrifugation steps are
Product Information Sheet - SNC50
may be retained on the top of the red retainer at the centrifugal side after each binding step. If this occurs, switch the tube centrifugation orientation in the following wash steps to facilitate
Product Information Sheet - ER0100
differential centrifugation. Tissue culture cells may have to be preswollen in the 1× Hypotonic Extraction Buffer, before homogenization and differential centrifugation. The serial centrifugations include
Product Information Sheet - A6929
result in decreased recovery. 4. Centrifuge at 1,000 × g for 10 minutes at room temperature or centrifuge at 800 × g for 15 minutes at room temperature. Centrifugation at lower temperatures, such as
Product Information Sheet - A0561
result in decreased recovery. 4. Centrifuge at 1,000 × g for 10 minutes at room temperature or centrifuge at 800 × g for 15 minutes at room temperature. Centrifugation at lower temperatures, such as
Product Information Sheet - A7054
result in decreased recovery. 4. Centrifuge at 1,000 × g for 10 minutes at room temperature or centrifuge at 800 × g for 15 minutes at room temperature. Centrifugation at lower temperatures, such as
Product Information Sheet - GEPLD
the cell debris by centrifuging at 12,000-15,000 X g for 10 minutes. If the supernatant contains a large amount of floating particulates upon centrifugation, repeat the centrifugation step before proceeding
Product Information Sheet - GEPLX
the cell debris by centrifuging at 12,000-15,000 X g for 10 minutes. If the supernatant contains a large amount of floating particulates upon centrifugation, repeat the centrifugation step before proceeding
Product Information Sheet - 11191
in the upper interface are removed by low speed centrifugation during washing steps. 1. Add 3 mL of Histopaque-1119 to a 15 ml conical centrifuge tube. 2. Carefully layer 3 mL of Histopaque-1077
Product Information Sheet - F4375
avoided. Procedure Centrifugation Ficoll 400 can be used for gradient centrifugation in all types of centrifuge rotors and for separation at unit gravity. For centrifugation, both discontinuous
Product Information Sheet - P1644
buoyant density of particles during centrifugation. Spontaneous formation of gradient during centrifugation, allowing mixing of large sample volumes in the centrifuge tubes. Low viscosity resulting
Product Information Sheet - P7828
buoyant density of particles during centrifugation. Spontaneous formation of gradient during centrifugation, allowing mixing of large sample volumes in the centrifuge tubes. Low viscosity resulting
Product Information Sheet - PLX10
addition of S3. If the supernatant contains a large amount of floating particulates after centrifugation, re- centrifuge the supernatant before proceeding to step 5. 5. Load cleared lysate. Insert a
Product Information Sheet - E0414
buoyant density of particles during centrifugation. Spontaneous formation of gradient during centrifugation, allowing mixing of large sample volumes in the centrifuge tubes. Low viscosity resulting
Product Information Sheet - P4937
buoyant density of particles during centrifugation. Spontaneous formation of gradient during centrifugation, allowing mixing of large sample volumes in the centrifuge tubes. Low viscosity resulting
Product Information Sheet - 11274015001
Notes on Centrifugation • The rpm required to obtain a relative centrifugal force of 1,100 × g will vary according to the centrifuge and rotor being used. Make certain that the centrifuge is accurately
Product Information Sheet - NUC101
15 ml centrifuge tube, vortex briefly, and set on ice for five minutes or until cells have been harvested from all culture dishes. 2 4. Collect the nuclei by...

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