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  • …routinely used for cell culture. Replaces fetal bovine and other sera on an equivalent volume basis. Quality Tested at a concentration of 10% for the ability to stimulate a =100 fold increase in growth of BHK-21 and a = 13-fold increase in growth of BALB/c-3T3 cells Tested…

  • …routinely used for cell culture. Replaces fetal bovine and other sera on an equivalent volume basis. Quality Tested at a concentration of 10% for the ability to stimulate a = 100 fold increase in growth of BHK-21 and a = 13-fold increase in growth of BALB/c-3T3 cells Tested…

  • Sonics & Materials

    Thomas No. 1147B08 10 ml cooling cell with water jacket. Thomas No. 1147B09 100 ml cooling cell with water jacket.  

  • Graphite Cooling Ring for MHS-10 Quartz Cells

  • Bellco Glass

    Heating and cooling coils are used for cell culture temperature manipulation within the bioreactor vessel. Must be hooked up to a water circulating mechanism for heating or cooling. Fits through ports on a stainless steel head plate. 316l electropolished stainless steel For cell culture temperature…

  • Heating and cooling coils are used for cell culture temperature manipulation within the bioreactor vessel. Must be hooked up to a water circulating mechanism for heating or cooling. 316l electropolished stainless steel For cell culture temperature manipulation Od x oal: 3 1/4 x 22" #turns: 5 1/2…

  • Barnstead

    Put Thermo Scientific™ Accessories for MaxQ™ 7000 water bath shakers to use to increase the utility of MaxQ 7000 water bath shakers. With exceptional innovation, reliability and accuracy, Thermo Scientific MaxQ 7000 shakers, platforms and accessories are the optimal choice for your busy lab.

  • Grant Instruments

    Accessory cooling systems** to allow systems to operate at or below room temperature by means of a cooling coil dipped into the bath; designed for minimal impact on working area. Refrigerated immersion coolers Consist of a cooling coil connected to a refrigerated unit by a flexible pipe.…

  • Intuitive Incubating Cooling Thermal Shakers for Consistent High-Speed Shaking Thermal Shakers are designed for applications that require consistent and precise high-speed shaking with temp. control to 100°C. With heating & shaking capabilities, our shakers use interchangeable blocks…

  • Heats to 65°C and cools to 10°C below ambient LED displays for temperature, speed and time Calibration mode for temperature The OHAUS Incubating/Cooling Orbital Shaker is microplate ready without the need for any additional accessories. Optional modular blocks can accommodate…

  • …Compact device with low profile and small footprint for personal application Temperature control allows use as an incubator, e.g. for cell growth Active cooling and temperature profiling via software The ability to change parameters such as temperature, RPM and “Reverse-Spin”…

  • …with a -80°C freezer, will provide alcohol-free freezing at the rate of -1°C/minute that is ideal for cryopreservation of most cells and cell lines. Using a combination of uniform-density cross-linked polyethylene foam, a solid state core, and radial vial symmetry, freezing profiles…

  • Heating and cooling Coils are used for cell culture temperature manipulation within the bioreactor vessel. Must be hooked up to a water circulating mechanism for heating or cooling. Specifications: Material: 316L Stainless Steel Tubing: 5/16" Overall Length: 17 5/8" Coil: 4 5/8: …

  • •    Thermostatic bath/circulator with latest microprocessor technology and integrated cooling system •    Colored TFT display for simultaneous indication of actual and set values and grafic illustration of the temperature profile •  …

  • •    Thermostatic bath/circulator with latest microprocessor technology and integrated cooling system •    Monochrome grafic LCD display for simultaneous indication of actual and set value •    Clear text menu navigation …

  • Cell Cryopreservation System is a kit designed for efficient and controlled preparation and cryopreservation of stem cells and cell therapy products. Ice-free cell preparation: The XT Starter ice-free cooling base and CoolRack SV2/SV10 vial module provide up to 4 hours of ice-free cooling

  • Rockland Immunochemicals Inc

    Ready-to-use HeLa whole cell lysates are especially prepared as positive controls for separation by SDS-PAGE and subsequent western blot analysis. Lysates are prepared in denaturing buffer WITHOUT dissociating agents (i.e. no 2-mercaptoethanol or dithiothreitol has been added). Heat lysate to 95°…

  • Rockland Immunochemicals Inc

    Ready-to-use A431 Whole Cell Lysate are especially prepared as positive controls for separation by SDS-PAGE and subsequent western blot analysis. Lysates are prepared in denaturing buffer WITHOUT dissociating agents (i.e. no 2-mercaptoethanol or dithiothreitol has been added). Heat lysate to 95°…

  • Rockland Immunochemicals Inc

    …analysis. Nuclear extracts are supplied in denaturing buffer without dissociating agents. Heat nuclear extract to 95° C for 5 minutes and rapidly cool. If dissociating conditions are desired add reducing agent prior to heating. The recommended loading volume per lane is 10-30 ?l depending on the…

  • Rockland Immunochemicals Inc

    …analysis. Nuclear extracts are supplied in denaturing buffer without dissociating agents. Heat nuclear extract to 95° C for 5 minutes and rapidly cool. If dissociating conditions are desired add reducing agent prior to heating. The recommended loading volume per lane is 10-30 ?l depending on the…

  • Rockland Immunochemicals Inc

    …buffer WITHOUT dissociating agents (i.e. no 2-mercaptoethanol or dithiothreitol has been added). Heat lysate to 95° C for 5 minutes and rapidly cool.  If dissociating conditions are desired, add reducing agent prior to heating.  The recommended loading volume per lane is 10-20 µl depending…

  • Rockland Immunochemicals Inc

    …buffer WITHOUT dissociating agents (i.e. no 2-mercaptoethanol or dithiothreitol has been added). Heat lysate to 95° C for 5 minutes and rapidly cool.  If dissociating conditions are desired, add reducing agent prior to heating.  The recommended loading volume per lane is 10-20 µl depending…

  • Rockland Immunochemicals Inc

    …buffer WITHOUT dissociating agents (i.e. no 2-mercaptoethanol or dithiothreitol has been added). Heat lysate to 95° C for 5 minutes and rapidly cool.  If dissociating conditions are desired, add reducing agent prior to heating.  The recommended loading volume per lane is 10-20 µl depending…

  • Rockland Immunochemicals Inc

    …buffer WITHOUT dissociating agents (i.e. no 2-mercaptoethanol or dithiothreitol has been added). Heat lysate to 95° C for 5 minutes and rapidly cool.  If dissociating conditions are desired, add reducing agent prior to heating.  The recommended loading volume per lane is 10-20 µl depending…

  • Rockland Immunochemicals Inc

    …buffer WITHOUT dissociating agents (i.e. no 2-mercaptoethanol or dithiothreitol has been added). Heat lysate to 95° C for 5 minutes and rapidly cool.  If dissociating conditions are desired, add reducing agent prior to heating.  The recommended loading volume per lane is 10-20 µl depending…

  • Rockland Immunochemicals Inc

    …analysis. Nuclear extracts are supplied in denaturing buffer without dissociating agents. Heat nuclear extract to 95° C for 5 minutes and rapidly cool. If dissociating conditions are desired add reducing agent prior to heating. The recommended loading volume per lane is 10-30 ul depending on the…

  • Rockland Immunochemicals Inc

    …analysis. Nuclear extracts are supplied in denaturing buffer without dissociating agents. Heat nuclear extract to 95° C for 5 minutes and rapidly cool. If dissociating conditions are desired add reducing agent prior to heating. The recommended loading volume per lane is 10-30 ?l depending on the…

  • Rockland Immunochemicals Inc

    …analysis. Nuclear extracts are supplied in denaturing buffer without dissociating agents. Heat nuclear extract to 95° C for 5 minutes and rapidly cool. If dissociating conditions are desired add reducing agent prior to heating. The recommended loading volume per lane is 10-30 µL depending…

  • Rockland Immunochemicals Inc

    …analysis. Nuclear extracts are supplied in denaturing buffer without dissociating agents. Heat nuclear extract to 95° C for 5 minutes and rapidly cool. If dissociating conditions are desired add reducing agent prior to heating. The recommended loading volume per lane is 10-30 ?l depending on the…

  • …force that must be applied to a gel to cause it to fracture. Gel point - the temperature at which an aqueous agarose solution forms a gel as it cools. Agarose solutions exhibit hysteresis in the liquid-to-gel transition - that is, their gel point is not the same as their melting temperature. …

  • Rockland Immunochemicals Inc

    Ready-to-use HT-29 Whole Cell Lysate are especially prepared as positive controls for separation by SDS-PAGE and subsequent western blot analysis. Lysates are prepared in denaturing buffer WITHOUT dissociating agents (i.e. no 2-mercaptoethanol or dithiothreitol has been added). Heat lysate to 95°…

  • Rockland Immunochemicals Inc

    …buffer WITHOUT dissociating agents (i.e. no 2-mercaptoethanol or dithiothreitol has been added). Heat lysate to 95° C for 5 minutes and rapidly cool. If dissociating conditions are desired, add reducing agent prior to heating. The recommended loading volume per lane is 10-20 µl depending…

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