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    ZymoBIOMICS BashingBead Lysis Rack

    S6002-96-6 / S6002-96-7

    ZymoBIOMICS BashingBead Lysis Rack

    Cat # Name Size Price Quantity
    S6002-96-6 ZymoBIOMICS BashingBead Lysis Rack (0.5 mm & 0.1 mm) 1 Rack $211.20
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    S6002-96-7 ZymoBIOMICS BashingBead Lysis Rack (0.5 mm & 0.1 mm) w/ Heat Sealing Foils 1 Rack $215.20
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    • Enables efficient and convenient high-throughput lysis of mixed microbial samples (feces, soil, etc).
    • Optimized BashingBead™ formula for complete microbial lysis, ensuring accurate microbiome analysis.
    • Heal sealing prevents leakage and cross-contamination during sample homogenization.

    Each impact resistant 1.1 ml tube contains 0.5 ml dry volume of 0.5 mm & 0.1 mm ZymoBIOMICS BashingBead Lysis Matrix. Tubes are in twelve strips of eight as part of a 96-well rack, with strip caps and a plastic rack cover. The state of the art, ultra-high density beads are fracture resistant, chemically inert, and ideal for disrupting tough-to-lyse biological samples. These beads are ideal for microbes and fungi in soil, feces, sludge, etc. Heat seals are also provided to eliminate leakage during high-throughput homogenization. 

    The ZymoBIOMICS BashingBead Lysis Rack contains an optimized BashingBead formulation for unbiased lysis of mixed microbial communities, making it the ideal solution to perform high-throughput processing for microbiome analysis.

    Making use of the provided heat sealing foils is the best way to ensure that no leakage occurs during the sample homogenization. To prevent leakage, it is important to seal the rack properly, by first gently cleaning the tops of the strip tubes with a Kimwipe, followed by sealing the foil to the top of the tubes with a heat sealing device for 4 seconds at 180°C. At no point should a roller or similar be used to put pressure on the foil after sealing, as this pressure can cause bonds between the plastic and foil to break.

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