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Modular Tissue Baths

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Fully modular tissue bath system

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Tissue Bath System
Part #: TISSUEBATH1, TISSUEBATH2, TISSUEBATH4, TISSUEBATH8

The ergonomic design of these  modular tissue bath stations allows users to lower the tissue bath away from the tissue holder so that mounting of the tissue preparation is very easy. The taps for filling and draining the bath are mounted on the tubing to avoid the risk of accidental bath breakage. The entire station is mounted on a convenient base stand, which creates a sturdy platform for your experiment. The unique design makes it easy to add or remove stations to provide the optimal solution for your requirements.

The System includes all of the glassware (tissue bath and warming coil), tubing, reservoir, tissue hooks and mounting accessories, force transducer and micrometer tension adjuster.

The Tissue Bath Station is completely modular, which enables you to purchase it in multiples of one unit.

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When you order a system, you must specify the size of the tissue bath and heating coil. We can also provide you with a water circulator or you can use an existing system.

Note: To use Tissue Baths with the BIOPAC MP100 or MP150 System, you need to use the DA100C.

See the Tissue Bath Assembly Guide for setup details (shipped with the unit or under Support).

tissue bath water, oxygen, and waste connections

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