Microdialysis FC-90 Fraction Collector
Save Both Lab Space and Time.
The FC-90 Fraction Collector can collect microdialysis samples from many animals, up to 4 at once. Its quiet operation and narrow footprint are ideal for small spaces. It is easy to program and is controlled by Android™ devices via Bluetooth.
Designed for 96 well plates, so you can transfer all of your samples at once (Vials can be set-up as well). Double Needles prevent wear and contamination. The outer stainless steel needle pierces seals and septa, protecting the inner PEEK needle from wear. The inert PEEK needle delivers sample to the bottom of wells without exposing sample fluids to metal components.
Rotating Cage Stage RCS-91 and RCS-92
- Prevent twisting and tangling of Liquid lines/electrical wires/optical fibers
- Adjustable balance arm length and height for small and large cages
- Adjustable rotation speed
- Quiet plate movement
Prevent twisting of tubing and cables by research animals no matter how often the animals turn around. A sensor
integrated into the balance arm detects rotation of the tether and turns the stage in the opposite direction to
compensate. The adjustable balance arm supplies tension, keeping the tether away from the animal.
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An in vivo microdialysis system is capable of collecting neurotransmitters from the brains of freely moving rats or mice. During sample collection, artificial cerebrospinal fluid (aCSF) is delivered to the probe placed in the brain of the animal. Samples are collected from the fluid that flows back out of the probe.
- Eicom has been manufacturing microdialysis probes for over 20 years.
- Inventory is available for immediate delivery.
- Probes are offered at a competitive price. This improves your bottom line without compromising the quality of the microdialysis products.
- Custom size probes are available even for low volume orders.
Besides the probes and instruments, microdialysis accessories are a must for an in vivo microdialysis system. A cage and balance arm, which is set over the top of the cage, which holds a two-channel liquid swivel, tubing, and it moves up and down when the animal moves and turns.
A properly constituted in vivo microdialysis system includes the following microdialysis instruments: a syringe pump to deliver artificial cerebral spinal fluid (aCSF) to the microdialysis probe. After the sample leaves the probe, it can be collected manually with a single collection tube. However, since a series of fractions will be collected every 5-20 minutes over at least a 4-6 hour period, most researchers prefer to use an automated, refrigerated, 96-well plate fraction collector. You can then use an autoinjector for automated sample collection from the microdialysis system and automated sample injection to the HPLC.
AtmosLM™ for In Vivo Neuropeptide Microdialysis
Pressure Canceling Microdialysis for the recovery of large molecules, neuropeptides, cytokines, and proteins.
It features large pore membranes for better recovery of large molecules including neuropeptides and cytokines. Large molecule recovery with microdialysis technique has always been challenging because the membrane pore size has to be large. This could cause leakage because the pressure in the microdialysis probe is normally comparatively high.