Ideal for Caesium, Sucrose and Gel gradients these Gradient Mixers comprise two chambers a reservoir and a mixing chamber with an interconnecting valve. A second valve regulates the output flow from the mixing chamber. All mixers have a flat base which allows them to be placed on a magnetic stirrer. A magnetic stirring bar can be placed directly in the mixing chamber to ensure a constant gradient. The support rod allows the mixer to be fixed to a retort stand for extra stability.
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This product has been cited in the following research papers:
|Atrazine dissipation and its impact on the microbial communities and community level physiological profiles in a microcosm simulating the biomixture of on-farm biopurification system
||G. R. Tortella, R. A. Mella-Herrera, D. Z. Sousa, O. Rubilar, M. C. Diez, Journal of Hazardous Materials, Volume 260, 15 September 2013, Pages 459-467,
||…PCR products from bacteria, fungi and actinomycetes were subject to DGGE analysis using an omniPAGE-DGGE (cleaver scientific, Warwickshire, UK). An 8% (w/v) polyacrylamide gel containing a linear denaturing gradient between 40–65% (for bacteria), 30–70% (for fungi) and 30–60% (for actinomycetes) of urea and formamide was prepared using a GM-100 Linear Gradient Maker (CBS Scientific, UK). Twenty μL…