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CLS8160

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Corning® Costar® Spin-X® centrifuge tube filters

cellulose acetate membrane, pore size 0.22 μm, sterile

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Synonym(s):
centrifuge columns, centrifuge tube filters, desalting columns, tube filters
eCl@ss:
32119210
NACRES:
NB.11

material

cellulose acetate membrane
natural polypropylene cap
polypropylene housing
polypropylene tube

description

centrifuge style filter

sterility

sterile

feature

RCF 16,000 × g
RNase and DNase free

packaging

case of 96 units

manufacturer/tradename

Corning 8160

tube size

2.0 mL

working volume

500 μL

pore size

0.22 μm

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material

cellulose acetate membrane, natural polypropylene cap, polypropylene housing, polypropylene tube

material

natural polypropylene cap, polypropylene housing, polypropylene tube

manufacturer/tradename

Corning 8160

manufacturer/tradename

Corning 8169

manufacturer/tradename

Corning 8161

manufacturer/tradename

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pore size

0.22 μm

pore size

0.22 μm

pore size

0.22 μm

pore size

-

working volume

500 μL

working volume

500 μL

working volume

500 μL

working volume

500 μL

packaging

case of 96 units

packaging

case of 200 units (two packs of 100 each)

packaging

case of 100 units

packaging

pkg of 1000 ea

General description

These Costar® Spin-X® polypropylene microcentrifuge tube filters are available with Cellulose Acetate or Nylon membranes and 0.22 or 0.45 μm membrane pore sizes. The filter unit capacity is 500 μL.

  • Cellulose acetate (CA) membranes provide fast flow rates and low protein binding
  • Nylon (NY) membranes are naturally hydrophilic, surfactant-free and offer the lowest extractables
  • Both CA and NY filter by centrifugation for removing bacteria, particles, or cells from liquids, HPLC sample preparation and DNA removal from agarose or acrylamide gels
  • Use in any standard fixed-angle microcentrifuge rotor at RCF up to 16,000 × g
  • Sterile and certified nonpyrogenic and DNase-/RNase-free

Application

Ideal for removing bacteria, particles, or cells from liquids, HPLC sample preparation and DNA removal from agarose or acrylamide gels.

Legal Information

Corning is a registered trademark of Corning, Inc.
Costar is a registered trademark of Corning, Inc.
SPIN-X is a registered trademark of Corning, Inc.

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