The CP02 cryoPREP® Automated Dry Pulverizer uses a calibrated and controlled mechanical force to cryofracture flash-frozen tissues within a mass range of 15 mg to 2 g. The dry pulverization process disrupts the extra-cellular tissue matrix and increases the tissue surface area, thus improving the extraction efficiency of biomolecules, while minimizing sample loss during the process. The increased surface area reduces the distance a stabilizing extraction buffer need to diffuse during subsequent lysis steps.
The Boekel Scientific Round Tissue Flotation Bath has a black ceramic coated basin and a wide rim for drying microscope slides. The unit has analog control with a heating light indicator and an on/off switch.
The instrument provides samples of uniform and reproducible thickness, minimizes damage to surfaces of slices and thereby eliminates the main sources of error in tissue slice work. Slices from approximately 100 to 500 microns in thickness can be prepared at a maximum rate of one slice every 3 to 4 seconds. The slicer operates submerged in a buffer selected by the operator as most appropriate in terms of composition, tonicity, pH, temperature, oxygenation and lubricating properties to maintain the viability of the tissues being sectioned. The microtome and the reservoir with the glass trap are sterilizable to allow the preparation of aseptic slices suitable for prolonged organ culture. The actual slicing is done by a rapidly reciprocating disposable blade oscillating at 1000 to 2500 rpm driven by a motor that also powers the impeller. The tissue slicer contains a cooling block which allows the temperature of the buffer solution in the slicer’s reservoir to be maintained.
This Fisher Scientific Isotemp 655D gravity-convection incubator has digital readout and steady, unobstructed airflow and efficient heating. Designed for drying & staining of slides, tissue culture work, incubation of antibody tests, curing, pharmaceutical stability tests, microbiological determinations, crystallization studies, incubation of hydroxy-steroids and similar applications. Has a tight fitting, transparent tempered inner glass door to allow you view specimens without disturbing chamber temperature.
This chamber has been designed to help improve the accuracy of P.C.R. and general Tissue Culture procedures. The chamber is a "still air enclosure" which contains both fluorescent and U.V. germicidal lamps. The U.V. system is rated at 254 nm and will decontaminate all surfaces of the interior. The front viewing panel is .500 (13 mm) thick optically clear material. It is extremely effective for protection against 32P labeled compounds. It is very effective against Beta Rays but not Gamma rays. Front plate is replaceable. The doors are removable therefore do not take up valuable laboratory counter workspace.
Internal Dimensions: 23.5″high x 17″long x 21″high
External Dimensions: 24″w x 18″d x 28″h
Internal Dimensions: 23.5"w x 17"d x 21"h
External Dimensions: 24"w x 18"d x 28"h
Positive pressure external fan (blower). 115-120 Volts.
Small H.E.P.A. filter rated at 99.97% efficiency at 0.3 microns
No tools required for filter change over.
Low fan noise level. Rated at less than 40 dBA
Automatically controls oxygen, C02, and temperature. Ideal for tumor cell and stem cell research. The Hypoxia Chamber Glove Box is ideal for tissue culture work, including tumor cell and stem cell research. It features a color operated "touch screen" for automatically controlling oxygen levels, temperature levels, and carbon dioxide levels. This new controlled Hypoxia Chamber is available with up to six (6) individually controlled compartments inside the glove box. A side chamber is available for sample preparations and / or a microscope viewing port. Each cubicle has its own temperature, oxygen, and CO2 controls. It also includes a side access door and transfer chamber.
A revolutionary design packed with features, the AE2000 sets a new benchmark in affordable inverted microscopy.
Motic’s new AE2000 Inverted Microscope is designed for routine live cell inspection with an easy and flexible set up, ideal for University, routine-clinical, and lab environments. The model’s main applications offer superior image quality when viewing cell cultures in microbiology, living organisms and tissue culture samples.
The newly designed Binocular Ergo tubes with 360° swiveling “butterfly” design offers the most comfortable observation position, especially useful for prolonged sample viewing. The auto on/off function of the power supply extends the lifespan of the sample and light bulb and at the same time saves energy. Another added feature, a modular interchangeable illumination concept, allows for the easy transition from Halogen to LED to fulfill a wide-range of customer viewing expectations. The improved phase contrast quality of the model makes the instrument suitable for a greater range of applications that demand precision optics.
The entire microscope including optical system is manufactured now completely Lead Free, following the International RoHS regulations.
The Motic AE2000 Trinocular is ideal for routine live cell inspection with flexible set up. It offers powerful image quality when working with cell cultures in microbiology, tissue culture samples and living organisms.