We offer the full range of sample collection and isolation kits from Norgen Biotek. With these kits, researchers can collect, preserve, and isolate a wide variety of samples like saliva, urine, blood, and stool. We also offer GenTegra's full line of nucleic acid stabilization products. Their latest product - the GenTegra-RNAssure elution tube - can be integrated into most column-based extraction and purification kits to protect RNA from RNases.
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Our pipette tips from Crystal Technology and Industries are low retention tips produced in a Class 100,000 clean room. They’re made from pharmaceutical grade polypropylene and range from 10μl to 1000μl in size. They also include a hydrophobic filter to prevent cross contamination and ensure accurate research results.
The CXT 353 frozen sample aliquotter from Basque Engineering + Science can be used to extract multiple frozen aliquots from the same parent sample. It eliminates the freeze-thaw cycle to preserve sample integrity and maximize sample utility. If samples must be thawed, we also offer the SPL Guard Florida, a rack thawing station that can thaw up to 10 racks of tubes in 9 minutes - 60% faster than any other instrument on the market. Finally, for routine sample preparation tasks, we also offer the full line of benchtop equipment from Crystal Technology and Industries. Their portfolio includes mini centrifuges, mixers, shakers, stirrers, and other benchtop devices.
To help you manage samples more efficiently in the lab, we offer a range of laboratory equipment from brands like AFYS3G, HTI Automation, Micronic, and Scinomix. The manual and automated laser markers from AFYS3G can be used to laser-etch labware with permanent markings (everything from sample IDs to barcodes to logos). The high-throughput tube processors from HTI can be used to (de)cap hundreds of tubes per hour (other modules are available for filling, labeling, and scanning). The full-rack barcode readers from Micronic have either a passive or active anti-frost system to read and validate tubes straight from the freezer. And finally, the semi-automated and fully-automated labelers from Scinomix can be used to consistently and reliably label a range of tubes and plates.
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With the CELLROLL system from Pfeiffer, researchers can gently grow cells in roller bottles by fine-tuning essential parameters like rotation speed, rotation direction, pause times, and interval cycles. The roller bottles are driven by a stepper motor to guarantee smooth rolling, and rotations are free from vibrations to avoid unnecessary shear stress. With the CELLSPIN system from Pfeiffer, researchers can cultivate cells in spinner flasks by modifying parameters like stirring direction and pause intervals. It's designed to work with spinner flasks that have two glass pendulums, but flasks from other brands can be used as well.
We offer the full range of 96-well, 48-well, and 24-well format sample storage tubes, caps, and racks from Micronic. Tube volumes range from 0.30ml to 6.00ml and are available non-coded, alphanumeric-coded, or with a unique 2D Data-Matrix code on the tube bottom. TPE push caps are available for internal and external thread tubes in 96-well format. Additionally, screw caps are available for internal and external thread tubes in 96-well, 48-well, and 24-well format. The Micronic range of ultra-low temperature (ULT) racks have an extremely strong design for cryogenic storage. To process samples in the lab, we also offer (de)cappers for push cap and screw cap tubes from brands like AFYS3G, Scinomix, XQ Instruments, and Micronic. For lower throughputs, we offer manual and semi-automated cappers like the CS500, CapMate Plus, and CP400. For higher throughputs, we offer fully-automated cappers like the CS700, Sigma96, and RapidCap2.
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