Tissue Pulverizer - Commercial Source?

Mr. M.J. Lush mlush at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Wed Aug 25 08:22:33 EST 1999


In article <37C3EAF4.8C67F2FC at bms.com>,
A John Watson  <watsonaj at bms.com> wrote:
>Greetings.
>
>In the past, I have used stainless steel puulverizers (they look
>sort of like mortars and pestles) to disrupt solid tissues prior
>to RNA/mRNA extraction. For me, such pulverization is essential
>for efficient extraction from vascular tissue (for example).
>
>Does any one know of a commercial source for these implemnents of
>destruction?

I've been using BioSpecs 'BioPulveriser' on skin with no problems
<http://www.biospec.com/Brochures/cryog/BioPulv.html>

	Probably worth a wander round their sight <http://www.biospec.com>
as they have many other smashie uppee things in stock.

(no connection with company etc etc etc)
-- 

Michael
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