Corning® 100µm Cell Strainer, Yellow, Sterile, Individually Packaged, 50/Case by Corning Life Sciences

Manufacturer Corning Life Sciences  |   Model: 431752  |  Available in North America, Western Europe, Asia, Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa
Corning® 100µm Cell Strainer is a sterile, easy-to-use device for rapidly isolating primary cells to consistently obtain a uniform single-cell suspension from tissues. Applications include stem cells and primary cells. Individually packaged, 50/caseFeaturesStrong nylon mesh with 100- micron pores for optimal performance in a variety of applicationsEvenly spaced mesh pores providing consistent and reliable resultsConveniently accessible in individual packagingExtended lip on strainer enables asep... Read more


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Corning® 100µm Cell Strainer is a sterile, easy-to-use device for rapidly isolating primary cells to consistently obtain a uniform single-cell suspension from tissues. Applications include stem cells and primary cells. Individually packaged, 50/case

Features

  • Strong nylon mesh with 100- micron pores for optimal performance in a variety of applications
  • Evenly spaced mesh pores providing consistent and reliable results
  • Conveniently accessible in individual packaging
  • Extended lip on strainer enables aseptic handling with forceps
    • Molded color-coded polypropylene frame with tab enables easy handling and identification
    • Fits all major brands of 50mL Conical Tube
    • Disposable, easy-to-use, inexpensive, maintains sample integrity
    • Sterilized by gamma irradiation, noncytotoxic
    • Application

    • Faster, easier alternative to gauze filtration
    • Ideal for preparation of flow cytometry samples, including:
      — Single cell suspensions of blood cells from marrow, pancreas, thymus, tonsil, and lymph nodes
      — Stem cells, tissue-derived cells, and cancer cells
      — Preparation of specimens for primary cell cultures and immunogens
      — Preparation of freezing stocks
      — Filtering agglutinative proteins produced in inactivation serum