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Calcium Flux Assays using the LabChip 3000

...e LabChip assay is relatively insensitive to background fluorescence. Suspensions of adherent cell lines can be formed by a variety of methods such as trypsinizing or EDTA treatment. After lifting and washing, cells are suspended in cell assay buffer prior to loading on the microfluidic chip. Cell Labe...
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Pyrex brand baffled trypsinizing flask, with beaded neck from Sigma-Aldrich

Description: These 1.5L PYREX trypsinizing flasks are used for converting homogenous tissue samples into cell suspensions by digestion of connective proteins. Heavy beaded neck accepts cotton plugs. Four extra-deep baffles enhance vigorous agitation. • Height of Baffles mm : 125...
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Trypsinizing cells

Bart's Cookbook-- Trypsinizing cells. There are many procedures with which to trypsinize cells. All include washing the cell monolayer with TD, or in rare cases, ...

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