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In this profile, LabConsumer takes a close look at refrigerated tabletop centrifuges. Best described as general-purpose instruments, these machines spin everything from microfuge tubes to 750 ml bottles, microscope slides, microplates, hematocrit tubes, and blood bags. They do so easily, often with a single rotor and a few simple bucket and adapter changes. Indeed, the workhorse swinging bucket rotors driven by these machines elegantly provide versatility and great usefulness. Coupled with their tabletop configurations,...
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