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Since the 1970s, Sonicators have been used to lyse many types of cells: mammalian cell culture, yeast, algae, bacteria, and more. Even gram-positive bacteria with their tough cell walls can be readily lysed with the powerful ultrasonic energy of a Sonicator. The ultrasonic energy output of each Sonicator model is adjustable and sonication parameters can be optimized according to your process requirements. Amplitude (intensity) can be lowered in order to gently process fragile cells, prevent organelles from being damaged or decrease degradation of enzymes. Amplitude can also be increased to powerful levels to process difficult cell types.
The choice of which Sonicator and probe size work best depends upon the sample volume range to be processed. Qsonica offers a variety of Sonicators and accessories which provides flexibility from the smallest laboratory applications to industrial volumes.
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