Biological Centrifugation by Dr John Graham

By Dr John Graham

A tremendous advent to using the centrifuge within the biology laboratory, organic Centrifugation can also be precious for more matured staff. The booklet describes the heritage and the rules in the back of centrifugation, together with sedimentation idea. The e-book additionally considers the differing kinds of centrifuge and different centrifuge on hand, density gradient media and gradient expertise. even supposing aimed essentially on the beginner, this identify additionally offers info to permit more matured staff to change and replace current thoughts.

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Rickwood (1992) Centrifuges and rotors. In: Preparative Centrifugationa Practical Approach (ed D. Rickwood). IRL Press at Oxford Universify Press. With permission of Oxford University Press. 5b) tubes are closed with a plastic plug which is then crimped within a metal cap by a mechanical crimper (Sorvall Instruments). In the authors' hands the method is rather more reliable than heat-sealing. Sealed tubes are most commonly made from polyallomer but both Beckman-Coulter and Sorvall provide these sealed tubes in the transparent Ultraclea~ or polyethylene terephthalate, respectively.

And r is m easured in centimeters. An alternative version of this factor, th e 1/ factor, provides an estimate of the time required for a zone of particles to move to the bottom of a 5-20% (wjw) linear sucrose gradient at the maximum speed of the rotor. The Il' factor is little used today and will not be considered further, but information on this ca n be found in Spragg and Steensgard (1992). Moreover, use of the k factor itself for estimating sedimentation times tends to be restricted to those particles whose sedimentation coefficient is well defined and accurately known, for example macromolecules and macromolecul ar complexes such as ribosomes and ribosomal subunits.

Vertical and nea rvertical rotors only use thin-wall ed sealed tubes (see below). Thin-walled tubes are made principally of polyallomer, although Beckman-Coulter Inc. produces a tube called 'Ultraclea~, wh ich has the transparency of polycarbonate. p--~m" ~". 3 Exploded view of thick-walled ultracemrifuge tribes will! screw-caps, incorporating central sealing plug. Reproduced from H. ROlh and D. Rickwood (J 992) Centrifuges and rotors. In: Prepara tive Centrifugation - a Practical Approach (ed D.

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