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Eppendorf Thermomixer R

Description: The user-friendly Eppendorf Thermomixer R offers maximum application versatility for sample preparations that require shaking, heating, and cooling. Its active heating/cooling function has greatly expanded its application and temperature control ranges. Five different thermoblocks, which can each a...
Company:Brinkmann

Eppendorf Thermomixer

Description: The basic Thermomixer is a compact model that combines simultaneous heating and shaking of 24 x 1.5 ml tubes. Impressive features of the Thermomixer include the space-saving footprint, clear design, and high stabilityeven at maximum mixing frequency. Product features: adjustable mixing speed for ge...
Company:Brinkmann
Thermomixer in Biological Technology

Normalizing cDNA libraries using the EppendorfThermomixer

...ection. Two different normalization methods using the Eppendorf thermomixer (1) are described in the following passage: Classi...inutes at 95C and incubated for 12 hours at 68C in the Eppendorf thermomixer for rehybridization. After rehybridization, three diff...

Isolation of Genomic DNA from Saliva Using the Perfect gDNA Blood Mini Kit

... l Solution G1 to the microcentrifuge tube and mix. Incubate in thermomixer at 70C, 900 rpm, for 10 minutes. A water bath may be used with intermittent vortexing of samples if a thermomixer is not available. Centrifuge the sample for 3 minu...

Genomic DNA Extraction from Buffy Coat Using the Perfect gDNA Blood Mini Kit

... Eppendorf microcentrifuge; Eppendorf thermomixer set at 900 rpm and 70C Whole blood sa...ite blood cells. Incubate samples in a thermomixer at 70C, 900 rpm, for 10 minutes. A wa...mittent vortexing of the samples if a thermomixer is not available. Add 200...

Higher gDNA Concentrations with the Perfect gDNA Blood Mini Kit by Varying the Final Elution Volume

...d 350 l Solution G1 to the tube containing Proteinase K and blood. Mix by vortexing for 5 seconds. Incubate in a thermomixer at 70C, 900 rpm, for 10 minutes. Centrifuge the sample for 3 minutes at 12,000 to 16,000 x g (top speed in most ...

Genomic DNA Extraction from Buccal Swabs Using the Perfect gDNA Blood Mini Kit

... Incubate at 70C, 900 rpm for 10 minutes in a Thermomixer. A water bath may be used with intermittent vortexing of the sample if a thermomixer is not available. Carefully transfer the liquid only to a new tube. Add 200 l Solution G2. Vortex t...

Isolation of Genomic DNA from Saliva Using the Perfect gDNA Blood Mini Kit

... l Solution G1 to the microcentrifuge tube and mix. Incubate in thermomixer at 70C, 900 rpm, for 10 minutes. A water bath may be used with intermittent vortexing of samples if a thermomixer is not available. Centrifuge the sample for 3 minu...

Higher gDNA Concentrations with the Perfect gDNA Blood Mini Kit by Varying the Final Elution Volume

...d 350 l Solution G1 to the tube containing Proteinase K and blood. Mix by vortexing for 5 seconds. Incubate in a thermomixer at 70C, 900 rpm, for 10 minutes. Centrifuge the sample for 3 minutes at 12,000 to 16,000 x g (top speed in most ...

Genomic DNA Extraction from Buffy Coat Using the Perfect gDNA Blood Mini Kit

... Eppendorf microcentrifuge; Eppendorf thermomixer set at 900 rpm and 70C Whole blood sa...ite blood cells. Incubate samples in a thermomixer at 70C, 900 rpm, for 10 minutes. A wa...mittent vortexing of the samples if a thermomixer is not available. Add 200...

Genomic DNA Extraction from Buccal Swabs Using the Perfect gDNA Blood Mini Kit

... Incubate at 70C, 900 rpm for 10 minutes in a Thermomixer. A water bath may be used with intermittent vortexing of the sample if a thermomixer is not available. Carefully transfer the liquid only to a new tube. Add 200 l Solution G2. Vortex t...

A membrane-lid tube for bacteria cultivation and freeze-drying

... The membrane-lid tubes were then incubated in the Eppendorf thermomixer R at 1,400 rpm and 37C. The Erlenmeyer flasks were sealed with cel... tubes were sealed with their membrane-lid and then incubated in the thermomixer R at 37 C and 1,400 rpm (room temperature 22-23 C, relative humidi...
Thermomixer in Biological Products

Eppendorf Thermomixer R from Eppendorf North America

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Company:Eppendorf North America

Eppendorf Thermomixer from Eppendorf North America

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Company:Eppendorf North America

Eppendorf Thermomixer R from Eppendorf North America

Description: The user-friendly Eppendorf Thermomixer R offers maximum application versatility for sample preparations that require shaking, heating, and cooling. Its active heating/cooling function has greatly expanded its application and temperature control ranges. Five different thermoblocks, which can each a...
Company:Eppendorf North America

Eppendorf Thermomixer R from Eppendorf North America

Description: The user-friendly Eppendorf Thermomixer R offers maximum application versatility for sample preparations that require shaking, heating, and cooling. Its active heating/cooling function has greatly expanded its application and temperature control ranges. Five different thermoblocks, which can each a...
Company:Eppendorf North America
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