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Multiporator combines a hypoosmolar buffer system with exponentially diminishing, electronically regulated pulses in the microsecond range to ensure optimum. Eppendorf Multiporator for the Electroporation of Eukaryotic Cells The Multiporator in combination with the specially designed electroporation buffers is optimally. Shop Smart & Save: Eppendorf® Multiporator® Electroporators.

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Multiporator® from Eppendorf | SelectScience

Save time Submit your details once and make multiple inquiries. It allows the electro-deformation of the cells and as a result a easier membrane penetration.

Fast Your inquiry will be delivered straight to the manufacturer. In this way, even highly sophisticated transfection experiments are possible.

The hypoosmolar buffer system increases the transfection efficiency, in particular for mammalian cells. Be the first to review this product.

Quick Links Request Product Information Contact Supplier Reviews Description 0 Scientists have reviewed this product Write the First Review No Reviews Electroporation of eukaryotic cells The Multiporator in combination with the specially designed electroporation buffers is the optimum balanced system for the efficient and gentle electroporation of eukaryotic cells.

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Cell-damaging influences are minimized. All prices and information on this website are subject to errors and changes. English newsletter Dutch newsletter German newsletter French newsletter.

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Relevant parameters of voltage and pulse duration are directly set. Electroporation of eukaryotic cells The Multiporator in combination with the specially designed electroporation buffers is the optimum wppendorf system for the efficient and gentle electroporation of eukaryotic cells.

Receive your quote directly from the manufacturer. Cell-damaging influences such as changes in pH values, aluminum release, and electrophoresis of the cell content are minimised.

The relevant parameters of vol Personal tools Log in. Electroporation of eukaryotic cellsThe Multiporator in combination with the specially designed electroporation buffers is the optimum balanced system for the efficient and gentle electroporation of eukaryotic cells. Downloads Manuals Eppendorf Multiporator Instruction manual. Eppendorf Multiporator for the Electroporation of Eukaryotic Cells The Multiporator in combination with the specially designed electroporation buffers is optimally balanced for efficient and gentle electroporation of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria and yeast in addition to eukaryotic cells.

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Eppendorf® Multiporator® Electroporators

Soft Pulse technology applies extremely eppejdorf electric pulses for the highest survival rates. This ensures reliable and reproducible results. Applications include the transfection of animal and human cell lines, embryonic stem cells, primary cells, oocytes and plant cells.

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Dimensions D x H x W: Two optional function modules extend the application range of the Multiporator to the transfection of bacteria and yeasts as well as cell fusion. Hypoosmolar buffer system swells the cell for easier membrane penetration, which leads to higher transfection rates. Request Pricing Receive your quote directly from the manufacturer. Secure We only pass your details on mulyiporator trusted suppliers at your eppendogf.

Details Eppendorf Multiporator for the Electroporation of Eukaryotic Cells The Multiporator in combination with the specially designed electroporation buffers is optimally balanced for efficient and gentle electroporation of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria and yeast in addition to eukaryotic cells.

Applications include the transfection of animal and human cell lines, embryonic stem cells, primary cells, oocytes, and plant cells. No rights can be derived.