Eppendorf Microfuges

For access or consultation: Dr. Kim DeWeerd 591-8831 or deweerd@albany.edu

The Tissue Core Facility has six microfuges without refrigeration (5415D).

A microfuge is a workhorse type of centrifuge used for a variety of separations in small volumes typical of Molecular Biology. The maximum centrifugal force in these centrifuges is 16,000 x g.

Specific Description:
These centrifuges are equipped with fixed angle rotors that accommodate either 24 microfuges. The rotors can hold either 2.0 ml vials, 1.5 ml vials, 0.5 ml vials or 0.2 ml vials with adapters.