For DNA extraction, 320 [micro]L of the liquid was removed from the upper phase and transferred to another microtube
and 10 [micro]L lysozyme was added (10 mg lysozyme in 1 mL 10 mM Tris-HCl).
v--mean water flow velocity in the microtube
, m s-1;
We coated MicroRenathane microtubes
with 1 microtube
volume (35.3 [micro]L) of 10 [micro]g/mL Protein G for 1.5 h, followed by 1 microtube
volume of a solution containing 5 [micro]g/mL E-selectin-IgG and 50 [micro]g/mL antibodies (anti-PSMA for prostate cancer patient samples, anti-EpCAM for all other cancer types) in PBS.
To capitalize on these and other competitive advantages, and to enable the company to better expand its PCT customer base into the mass spectrometry market, the PCT MicroTube
Adapter Kit was developed.
From these results, it is clear that the diameter of the PANI-ES microtubes
and microbelts becomes larger than that of the original PANI-ES without SDS after in situ polymerization.
Conversion from the current equipment to the new microtube
may enable the hematology lab to further improve efficiency and potentially reduce specimen labeling errors.
device for selectin-mediated capture of viable circulating tumor cells from blood.
Some considerations on frictional losses evaluation of a water flow in microtubes
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To hemolyze the sample, we mixed 1.2 mL of diluted solution and 0.003 mL of blood cells in a 1.5-mL microtube
. The sample was analyzed on the ADAMS-A1c HA-8160 (ARKRAY) based on the HPLC method.
The Array 360 nephelometer computer enhanced with Remisol UPC software, microtubes
Labnet International's AccuTherm Microtube
Shaking Incubator is a temperature-controlled lab vortexer that uses peltier technology to rapidly heat and cool samples.
Additionally, the Thermo Scientific MicroClick 30 x 2 rotor offers a 30-place capacity for microtube
and nucleic acid spin columns, and is ideal for molecular biology applications.