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    Rattler Plating Beads

    S1001 / S1001-5 / S1001-B

    Rattler Plating Beads

    Cat # Name Size Price Quantity
    S1001 Rattler Plating Beads 1 Bottle (230g) $20.40
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    S1001-5 Rattler Plating Beads 5 Bottles $91.80
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    S1001-B Rattler Plating Beads - bulk format (non-sterile) 25 kg bag $408.90
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    • Fast & Easy-To-Use: Simply pour beads onto the plate, and shake to quickly spread cells evenly over the entire surface. Ideal for processing multiple plates simultaneously.
    • No Flaming Required: 4.5 mm glass plating beads are provided sterile in polycarbonate bottles.
    • Reusable: Just clean and autoclave after use.

    Zymo Research offers Rattler Plating Beads to save the researcher time and effort when plating bacteria or yeast. The sterile glass beads are simply poured onto solid plated medium together with a liquid cell suspension, and the mixture is shaken to distribute the cells evenly over the medium's surface. This allows for numerous plates to be processed quickly and efficiently. Pour the Rattler Beads onto a series of plates, stack, and shake simultaneously in a side-to-side motion. The beads can be easily removed following inversion of the plates and pouring off from the plate lids. Using the Rattler Plating Beads is simple, easy, and saves you time. The beads come sterile in polycarbonate bottles and can be reused following cleaning and washing.

    Material Solid, glass 4.5 mm beads that can be washed, autoclaved, and reused.
    Packaging The sterile format is supplied in a polycarbonate, autoclavable wide mouth bottle. The bulk format is supplied non-sterile as a 25 kg bag.
    Product Storage Room Temperature

    The 230 g bottle contains approximately 1800 beads (one bead weighs 128 mg).

    To re-use the rattler beads, simply wash the beads first with bleach, and then rinse with water before autoclaving.

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