Bead Mill Homogenizers

Bead mills are typically used for the lysis laboratory samples that are very difficult to disrupt with standard mechanical homogenizers. The combination of the rotational effect and the grinding beads produces a faster, more effective lysing / homogenization process for biological samples.

Rotor Stator Homogenizers

High shear laboratory homogenizers are designed to process tough samples quickly and efficiently without compromising the sample. Faster homogenization times mean less chance of heat degradation to the sample. These homogenizer motors are available in handheld or stand mounted configurations with high speeds of up to 75,000 rpm. Homogenizers are a standard piece of equipment for any lab.

Automated Homogenizers

Multi-Sample Homogenizers are extremely convenient for laboratory researchers who are processing a large number of similar samples. These systems allow for many lab samples to be homogenized simultaneously reducing labor intensive single sample processing.

Ultrasonic Cell Disruptors

Ultrasonic Homogenizers are recommended for homogenization and lysis of laboratory samples that do not require traditional grinding or rotor-stator cutting techniques for processing. Small and large ultrasonic probes are available to allow for a variety of sample volumes to be processed. Ultrasonic probes are made of chemical resistant solid titanium. A solid probe allows for less chance of sample loss and cross-contamination between samples.


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Cryo Milling Bone Samples - Bead Ruptor 96

Genetic Extraction and Analysis from Weathered 6 Year Old Bos Taurus Bones through Bead Ruptor Homogenization

DNA analysis of human and animal skeletal remains provide vast amounts of insight into evolutionary, archeological, medical, and forensic studies. Bone structure has proven successful in housing varying amounts of genomic and mitochondrial DNA, long after the soft tissues have degraded.

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