What are eppendorf tubes?
Eppendorf Tubes are single-use tubes made from polypropylene for preparing, mixing, centrifuging, transporting and storing solid and liquid samples and reagents. The product can be used for training, routine and research laboratories in the areas of life sciences, industry or chemistry.
How much can an eppendorf tube hold?
… programmed for applications such as enzyme reactions or DNA hybridizations. The exchangeable blocks allow unit to accommodate 24 tubes with 0.5 mL , 1.5 mL or 2.0 mL volumes.
Can eppendorf tubes be heated?
temperature ranges from -86°C to +100°C. If the tubes were frozen in liquid nitrogen, the tube lids may open up during thawing. WARNING! Risk of contamination from damaged tubes during centrifugation.
How do you sterilize Eppendorf tubes?
I sterelized eppendorf tubes for RNA extraction samples by placing them in beaker covered with Aluminum foil and autoclave for 15 minute at 121°C.
Can Falcon tubes be autoclaved?
You can try with Falcon BD Tubes (now Corning), sterile and autoclavable, but without ventilation caps. Some companies have plastic test tubes and culture vessels, you can try those.
Is PCR clean the same as sterile?
The purity grade PCR clean + Sterile combines the advantages of the purity grades PCR clean and Sterile. For more detailed information refer to the respective purity grade. The lot-specific certificates are available on request and on our website.
How much does a 1.5 mL eppendorf weigh?
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Can eppendorf tubes be stored in liquid nitrogen?
The simple answer is: None are.
Can you autoclave 50mL Falcon tubes?
You can try with Falcon BD Tubes (now Corning), sterile and autoclavable, but without ventilation caps. Some companies have plastic test tubes and culture vessels, you can try those. for in vitro plant tissue culture use.
How does the Eppendorf DNA lobind tube work?
DNA LoBind Tubes – Video – Eppendorf LoBind ® – How it works. DNA LoBind Tubes maximize sample recovery of nucleic acids by significantly reducing sample–to–surface binding. The ideal solution for sample preparation and long-term storage of your precious samples! More information.
What kind of tubes are free of RNase?
Pipette tips and tubes (including PCR tubes, microcentrifuge tubes, and conical tubes) are an easily overlooked source of ribonuclease (RNase) contamination. We offer a range of RNase-free plastic pipette tips, PCR tubes, microcentrifuge tubes, and conical tubes.
What are the purity standards for Eppendorf tubes?
For molecular-biological requirements Eppendorf offers a new standard for uniform purity specifications. All consumables marked with the “Certified PCR Clean” label are guaranteed free of human DNA, DNase, RNase and PCR inhibitors. Due to the modularization of purity grades, some products are labeled with more than one purity grade symbol.
How long does it take to lose a sample in Eppendorf tubes?
When biological samples are stored or incubated in standard vessels, over 90% of the sample can be lost within 24 hours as a result of binding to the plastic surface. Eppendorf® LoBind Tubes maximize sample recovery by significantly reducing sample binding to the surface.