MP Biomedicals: FastPrep 24™: Interview with Justin Balsor

Justin Balsor, Graduate Student, McMaster University, discusses how he uses the FastPrep 24™ bench top homogenizer system to procure and enrich the synaptic proteasome for his research studies.

By | January 12, 2017

Learn how Justin Balsor, Graduate Student, McMaster University, uses the FastPrep 24™ bench top homogenizer system to procure and enrich the synaptic proteasome for his research studies.

Justin Balsor, Graduate Student, McMaster University, discusses how he uses the FastPrep 24™ bench top homogenizer system to procure and enrich the synaptic proteasome for his research studies. To learn more about the FastPrep 24™ 5G system, please visit: mpbio.com

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