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Similar to a Cup Horn, but larger, the Microplate Horn (MPH) is an indirect sonication device capable of processing an entire 96 well microtiter plate or many microtubes at one time.
Place your samples within the water-filled reservoir and ultrasonic energy is transferred into each individual well or tube. Popular applications include cell lysis, dissolution, homogenization and PMCA.
The Microplate Horn generates heat and requires cooling. The #4905 Chiller is recommended to cool the Microplate Horn and maintain a specific water level inside the reservoir.
Please note that PCR plates are the optimal design for use with the MPH. Qsonica recommends unskirted or semi-skirted plates where all the individual wells are exposed and surrounded by water for maximum ultrasonic energy transmission. Individual tubes work well and flat bottom microplates are not recommended.
|Q700MPXC||Q700 power supply, converter, microplate horn, enclosure, chiller, tubing and connector set.|
|Q700MPX||Q700 power supply, converter, microplate horn and enclosure.|
- Cell Lysis Protocol
- Elution of Antibodies
- Mouse Brain Tissue Lysis
Ultrasonic-Based Filter Aided Sample Preparation as the General Method to Sample Preparation
Luís B. Carvalho, José-Luis Capelo-Martínez, et al., Analytical Chemistry 2020, 92, 9164−9171
Detecting Alpha Synuclein Seeding Activity in Formaldehyde-Fixed MSA Patient Tissue by PMCA
Katelyn Becker1 & Xinhe Wang et al., Molecular Neurobiology 2018.