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CryoGrinder™ Kit

An improvement on the traditional mortar and pestle, the CryoGrinder™ tools retain the strength and durability of porcelain while adapting to the scale of molecular biology.  The CryoGrinder™ was specifically designed to grind small and difficult to homogenize tissues (e.g., skin, sclera) at cryogenic temperatures.  Each CryoGrinder™ mortar can efficiently accommodate up to 100 mg of sample, though most researchers use 10-20 mg.  Pestles fit the cordless, rechargeable wrench (i.e., screwdriver), to ease the grinding process.

The CryoGrinder™ Kit comes includes:

  • 4 mortars
  • 8 pestles
  • 1 rechargeable cordless wrench (with 1/4" hex bit)
  • User Guide

When used in conjunction with the CryoCooler™, the CryoGrinder™ is an effective means of homogenizing multiple samples.

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CryoCooler™

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Citations

Fanter, C. E.; Lin, Z.; Keenan, S. W.; Janzen, F. J.; Mitchell, T. S.; Warren, D. E. Development-Specific Transcriptomic Profiling Suggests New Mechanisms for Anoxic Survival in the Ventricle of Overwintering Turtles. Journal of Experimental Biology 2020, 223 (4). https://doi.org/10.1242/jeb.213918.

Turnham, R. E.; Smith, F. D.; Kenerson, H. L.; Omar, M. H.; Golkowski, M.; Garcia, I.; Bauer, R.; Lau, H.-T.; Sullivan, K. M.; Langeberg, L. K.; et al. An Acquired Scaffolding Function of the DNAJ-PKAc Fusion Contributes to Oncogenic Signaling in Fibrolamellar Carcinoma. eLife 2019, 8, e44187. https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.44187.

Golkowski, M.; Lau, H.-T.; Chan, M.; Kenerson, H.; Vidadala, V. N.; Shoemaker, A.; Maly, D. J.; Yeung, R. S.; Gujral, T. S.; Ong, S.-E. Kinome-Centric Pharmacoproteomics Identifies Signaling Pathways Underlying Cellular Responses to Targeted Cancer Drugs. bioRxiv 2019, 849281. https://doi.org/10.1101/849281.

Yuan, C.; Graham, M.; Staley, C.; Subramanian, S. Mucosal Microbiota and Metabolome along the Intestinal Tracts Reveals Location Specific Relationship. bioRxiv 2019, 454496. https://doi.org/10.1101/454496.

Eskildsen, S. M.; Berkoff, D. J.; Kallianos, S. A.; Weinhold, P. S. The Use of an IL1-Receptor Antagonist to Reverse the Changes Associated with Established Tendinopathy in a Rat Model. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 2019, 29 (1), 82–88. https://doi.org/10.1111/sms.13310.

Instrument 1331147