Sartorius™ Vivacon™ 500 DNA Concentrator


Overview
Brand: Sartorius™

Manufacturer Part Number: VN01H41

X25 VIVACON500 HYDROSART 100KD

UNSPSC: 41120000

Code: NEW

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.01000kg



Product Code. 12343720

Quantity Price
1 £ 91.2 / Pack of 25
Estimated Shipment
31-01-2017
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Description and Specification

Specification

Quantity 25 Pack
Capacity (Metric) 0.5mL
Concentration 50ng/mL
Concentration Time 10 min.
Product Type Vivacon™ 500 Concentrator
For Use With (Application) DNA concentration, desalting, buffer exchange, fractionation
Filtration Area 0.32cm2
Length (Metric) Back Spin 4.75cm
Length (Metric) 4.5cm
Material Polycarbonate Body, Polypropylene filtrate vessel, Hydrosart™ membrane
Max. Force 3000xG
Membrane Material Hydrosart Regenerated Cellulose
Molecular Weight 100000 MWCO
Sample Type DNA, peptide
Sample Size 600 bp
Volume (Metric) Hold Up <5μL
Width (Metric) 1.24cm
Dimensions (L x W) 1.77 x 0.48 in. (4.5 x 1.24cm)

Vivacon 500 are centrifugal devices for DNA concentration and buffer exchange applications for samples up to 500μl. They are also the product of choice for protein fractionation applications in this volume range. For optimal performance with very diluted samples, e.g. forensic specimens, Vivacon 500 is equipped with patented Hydrosart™ regenerated cellulose membranes with extremely low unspecific binding properties and high flux. High recoveries and excellent reproducibility are paired with convenience offered by volume graduation and molecular weight cut-offs printed on individual devices. Vivacon 500 features a horizontal membrane design optimal for DNA fractionation (primer removal) as well as protein fractionation (peptide removal). The possibility of a reverse spin after sample processing assures complete concentrate recovery which is especially important when working with low sample concentrations.

  • Convenient handling in fixed-angle rotors
  • Low binding material
  • Reverse spin possibility
  • MWCO printed on
  • Complete and highly reproducible concentrate recovery