Geno/Grinder® 2010, 115V

Geno/Grinder® 2010, 115V
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SKU: SP 2010-115

*Available to U.S. Customers Only

The Geno/Grinder® 2010 is the most versatile high throughput homogenizer available today.

  • Automated mechanical disruption through bead beating, ideal for high-throughput homogenization.
  • Programmable touch screen control panel for run time, rate, cycles and pause time.  Up to 500 protocols can be saved for recall.
  • Linear shaking of deep-well titer plates, vial sets, and centrifuge tubes in a vertical motion for consistent processing.
  • Adjustable clamp allows users to secure a full range of sample vials from 2mL (x96), 4mL (x96), 15 mL (x20) to 50mL (x10) self-standing vials, or up to six deep-well titer plates (*optional stacking tray required).  Also accommodates conical bottom centrifuge tubes.
  • Typical sample processing time of 1-2 minutes.
  • Optional Cryo-Blocks enable cryogenic grinding and preserve temperature sensitive samples for RNA and protein extractions. For more information, see  Geno/Grinder 2010 Accessories.
  • Can be used for a wide variety of sample types, including cell cultures, cannabis, yeast, bacteria, fungi, animal tissue, plants, seeds, biofuels, etc.

Specifications

Specifications

Clamp Movement

1.25in (3.2cm) vertical

Clamp Speed

Adjustable from 500-1750 strokes/minute

Timer

Digital display in Minutes:Seconds (max 20:00)

USB port

Run history is recorded and can be exported

Voltage

115V/60Hz

CE Approved

Yes

Dimensions

14.00 in (35.6 cm) wide x 22.5 in. (57.2 cm) deep x 28 in. (71.1 cm) high

Net Weight

106 lbs (48 kg)

Motor

1/3 hp

Power Cord

3-prong grounded plug, 115V / 60Hz

 

Unsure of which pre-filled tubes to use with your samples?  See our comparison of pre-filled disruption tubes.

Citations

Leopold, D. R.; Busby, P. E. Joint Effects of Host Genotype and Species Arrival Order Govern Microbiome Composition and Function. bioRxiv 2020, 2020.02.28.970582. https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.02.28.970582.

de Kerdrel, G. A.; Andersen, J. C.; Kennedy, S. R.; Gillespie, R.; Krehenwinkel, H. Rapid and Cost-Effective Generation of Single Specimen Multilocus Barcoding Data from Whole Arthropod Communities by Multiple Levels of Multiplexing. Scientific Reports 2020, 10 (1), 1–12. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-54927-z.

Roth, M. G.; Oudman, K. A.; Griffin, A.; Jacobs, J. L.; Sang, H.; Chilvers, M. I. Diagnostic QPCR Assay to Detect Fusarium Brasiliense, a Causal Agent of Soybean Sudden Death Syndrome and Root Rot of Dry Bean. Plant Disease 2019, 104 (1), 246–254. https://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-01-19-0016-RE.

Laraba, I.; Keddad, A.; Boureghda, H.; Abdallah, N.; Vaughan, M. M.; Proctor, R. H.; Busman, M.; O’Donnell, K. Fusarium Algeriense, Sp. Nov., a Novel Toxigenic Crown Rot Pathogen of Durum Wheat from Algeria Is Nested in the Fusarium Burgessii Species Complex. Mycologia 2017, 109 (6), 935–950. https://doi.org/10.1080/00275514.2018.1425067.

Krehenwinkel, H.; Wolf, M.; Lim, J. Y.; Rominger, A. J.; Simison, W. B.; Gillespie, R. G. Estimating and Mitigating Amplification Bias in Qualitative and Quantitative Arthropod Metabarcoding. Scientific Reports 2017, 7 (1), 17668. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-17333-x.

Hung, C.-S.; Li, H.-Y.; Kuo, C.-H.; Lin, M.-S.; Kuo, T.-C.; Tsai, S.-J.; Liu, P.-H.; Lin, C.-H.; Yang, C.-Y.; Chuang, L.-M.; et al. Fasting but Not Changes of Plasma Metabolome during Oral Glucose Tolerance Tests Improves the Diagnosis of Severe Coronary Arterial Stenosis. Clinical Endocrinology 2015, 83 (4), 483–489. https://doi.org/10.1111/cen.12713.

Wu, C. A.; Murray, L. A.; Heffernan, K. E. Evidence for Natural Hybridization between Native and Introduced Lineages of Phragmites Australis in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. American Journal of Botany 2015, 102 (5), 805–812. https://doi.org/10.3732/ajb.1500018.

Khadilkar, A. S.; Yadav, U. P.; Salazar, C.; Shulaev, V.; Paez-Valencia, J.; Pizzio, G. A.; Gaxiola, R. A.; Ayre, B. G. Constitutive and Companion Cell-Specific Overexpression of AVP1, Encoding a Proton-Pumping Pyrophosphatase, Enhances Biomass Accumulation, Phloem Loading, and Long-Distance Transport. Plant Physiology 2016, 170 (1), 401–414. https://doi.org/10.1104/pp.15.01409.

*Available to U.S. Customers Only

The Geno/Grinder® 2010

is the most versatile high throughput homogenizer available today.

  • Automated mechanical disruption through bead beating, ideal for high-throughput homogenization.
  • Programmable touch screen control panel for run time, rate, cycles and pause time.  Up to 500 protocols can be saved for recall.
  • Linear shaking of deep-well titer plates, vial sets, and centrifuge tubes in a vertical motion for consistent processing.
  • Adjustable clamp allows users to secure a full range of sample vials from 2mL (x96), 4mL (x96), 15 mL (x20) to 50mL (x10) self-standing vials, or up to six deep-well titer plates (*optional stacking tray required).  Also accommodates conical bottom centrifuge tubes.
  • Typical sample processing time of 1-2 minutes.
  • Optional Cryo-Blocks enable cryogenic grinding and preserve temperature sensitive samples for RNA and protein extractions. For more information, see  Geno/Grinder 2010 Accessories.
  • Can be used for a wide variety of sample types, including cell cultures, cannabis, yeast, bacteria, fungi, animal tissue, plants, seeds, biofuels, etc.

Specifications

Specifications Specifications

Clamp Movement

1.25in (3.2cm) vertical

Clamp Speed

Adjustable from 500-1750 strokes/minute

Timer

Digital display in Minutes:Seconds (max 20:00)

USB port

Run history is recorded and can be exported

Voltage

115V/60Hz

CE Approved

Yes

Dimensions

14.00 in (35.6 cm) wide x 22.5 in. (57.2 cm) deep x 28 in. (71.1 cm) high

Net Weight

106 lbs (48 kg)

Motor

1/3 hp

Power Cord

3-prong grounded plug, 115V / 60Hz

 

Unsure of which pre-filled tubes to use with your samples? Follow the link to see our comparison of pre-filled disruption tubes.

Citations

Leopold, D. R.; Busby, P. E. Joint Effects of Host Genotype and Species Arrival Order Govern Microbiome Composition and Function. bioRxiv 2020, 2020.02.28.970582. https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.02.28.970582.

de Kerdrel, G. A.; Andersen, J. C.; Kennedy, S. R.; Gillespie, R.; Krehenwinkel, H. Rapid and Cost-Effective Generation of Single Specimen Multilocus Barcoding Data from Whole Arthropod Communities by Multiple Levels of Multiplexing. Scientific Reports 2020, 10 (1), 1–12. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-54927-z.

Roth, M. G.; Oudman, K. A.; Griffin, A.; Jacobs, J. L.; Sang, H.; Chilvers, M. I. Diagnostic QPCR Assay to Detect Fusarium Brasiliense, a Causal Agent of Soybean Sudden Death Syndrome and Root Rot of Dry Bean. Plant Disease 2019, 104 (1), 246–254. https://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-01-19-0016-RE.

Laraba, I.; Keddad, A.; Boureghda, H.; Abdallah, N.; Vaughan, M. M.; Proctor, R. H.; Busman, M.; O’Donnell, K. Fusarium Algeriense, Sp. Nov., a Novel Toxigenic Crown Rot Pathogen of Durum Wheat from Algeria Is Nested in the Fusarium Burgessii Species Complex. Mycologia 2017, 109 (6), 935–950. https://doi.org/10.1080/00275514.2018.1425067.

Krehenwinkel, H.; Wolf, M.; Lim, J. Y.; Rominger, A. J.; Simison, W. B.; Gillespie, R. G. Estimating and Mitigating Amplification Bias in Qualitative and Quantitative Arthropod Metabarcoding. Scientific Reports 2017, 7 (1), 17668. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-17333-x.

Hung, C.-S.; Li, H.-Y.; Kuo, C.-H.; Lin, M.-S.; Kuo, T.-C.; Tsai, S.-J.; Liu, P.-H.; Lin, C.-H.; Yang, C.-Y.; Chuang, L.-M.; et al. Fasting but Not Changes of Plasma Metabolome during Oral Glucose Tolerance Tests Improves the Diagnosis of Severe Coronary Arterial Stenosis. Clinical Endocrinology 2015, 83 (4), 483–489. https://doi.org/10.1111/cen.12713.

Wu, C. A.; Murray, L. A.; Heffernan, K. E. Evidence for Natural Hybridization between Native and Introduced Lineages of Phragmites Australis in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. American Journal of Botany 2015, 102 (5), 805–812. https://doi.org/10.3732/ajb.1500018.

Khadilkar, A. S.; Yadav, U. P.; Salazar, C.; Shulaev, V.; Paez-Valencia, J.; Pizzio, G. A.; Gaxiola, R. A.; Ayre, B. G. Constitutive and Companion Cell-Specific Overexpression of AVP1, Encoding a Proton-Pumping Pyrophosphatase, Enhances Biomass Accumulation, Phloem Loading, and Long-Distance Transport. Plant Physiology 2016, 170 (1), 401–414. https://doi.org/10.1104/pp.15.01409.

 

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