FastPrep®-24 Instrument

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Keywords FastPrep; Nucleic Acid; Protein; Small Molecule; Extraction; Purification; Sample Preparation; Lysis; Homogenization
Key Applications Extractions of nucleic acids, proteins, metabolites and other small molecules from virtually sample
Application Areas Sample Preparation; Sample Lysis; Nucleic Acid Isolation & Purification; Protein Isolation; Molecular Biology; Gene Expression; Microbiological Analysis; Gene Function; Gene Regulation
Product Type Instruments & Systems
Instrument or System Type Instrument



FastPrep®-24 is used to homogenize biological samples. FastPrep®-24 Instrument lyses thoroughly and quickly any tissues and cells and thus allows easy and reproducible isolation of stable RNA, active proteins and full-length genomic DNA.

Product Description

The FastPrep®-24 Instrument is a high-speed benchtop homogenizer offering the ultimate in speed and performance for the lysis of biological samples. Indeed, simultaneous homogenization of up to 24 samples takes place within 40 seconds. The FastPrep®-24 Instrument uses a unique, optimized motion to disrupt cells through the multidirectional, simultaneous beating of specialized Lysing Matrix beads on the sample material. Developed for difficult and resistant samples.

Recommended Use

Use with MP Bio Lysing Matrix Tubes and/or FastPrep purification kits to lyse, grind or homogenize samples for the extraction and purification of nucliec acids, proteins, metabolites and other small molecules and more!

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116004500 - 1 each In Stock 9,990.00

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