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Discovery M120 SE Microultracentrifuge

Description: The optimal combination of performance and rapid, small volume sample processing. New 4x5 mL swinging bucket rotor. DiscoveryTMM120 SE processes sample sizes from 0.2 ml to 8.3 ml, with a small floor footprint, brushless direct drive, very quiet operation, rotor imbalance detection, thermo-electric...
Company:ThermoFisher Scientific

Discovery M150 SE Microultracentrifuge

Description: Sorvall DiscoveryTMM150 SE Micro-ultra centrifuge continues to raise the standard for rapid, small volume sample processing, now with 1,048,000 x g performance and our new 4x5mL swinging bucket rotor. DiscoveryTMM150SE processes sample sizes from 0.2 ml to 8.3 ml, with a small floor footprint, bru...
Company:ThermoFisher Scientific
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Discovery M150 SE Microultracentrifuge. and S140-AT Rotor ... SE microultracentrifuge provides. excellent results and a time. saving of over 10 minutes per ...

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M150 SE Microultracentrifuge. Stephanie Noles, Ph.D., Thermo Fisher Scientific, Asheville, NC ... microultracentrifuge at 105,000 x g (39,800 rpm) for 1 hour ...

The Birge Lab -- University of Connecticut

The lab owns four orbital shaking incubator units that are used for large scale ... Microultracentrifuge ... The lab contains two low speed (Avanti J30-I) and ...

Pharmacology Department of the University of Pittsburgh

Inverted Olympus IX70 Microscope (must be trained) W1304B BST ... MicroUltracentrifuge (rotors in E1386B) E1385. Packard Gamma Counter. E1385 BST ...

"Fluorescent Speckle Microscopy (FSM) of Microtubules and Actin in ...

microultracentrifuge tube, but instead try to partially resuspend as much solids ... Pool the resuspended pellets in a clean, chilled microultracentrifuge ...

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