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Con-Torque Tissue Homogenizer

This document contains information about the Con-Torque Tissue Homogenizer, including its function, contact information, location, oversight plan, and training plan. The equipment on this page is typically available for all users in the UW–Madison Biochemistry Department to access for their research needs.

Con-Torque Tissue Homogenizer


Eberbach E2355 Con-Torque Tissue Homogenizer


Homogenize tissue effortlessly for culture work as well as pathology and biological study. Eberbach’s variable-speed Con-Torque Tissue Homogenizer gives 196 oz-in of continuous torque at all speeds providing continuous, effortless, positive grinding action.


Joshua Paulson


Room 2222, Hector F. DeLuca Biochemical Sciences Building (440 Henry Mall)


The Hoskins Lab manager, Joshua Paulson, will be in charge of oversight.


All of these items are relatively straight forward to use and training will be conducted as needed by contacting Joshua Paulson or other assigned Hoskins or Landick laboratory personnel. For all items, Joshua Paulson will create SOP documents that will be stored on the Hoskins laboratory website for download.

Training will especially focus on safety, which will require users to wear safety goggles and lab coats for operation and for use of the ultra centrifuge rotor.

Keywordsbioc biochem biochemistry torque tissue tissues homogenize homogenizer homogenizing culture cultures pathology grind grinding   Doc ID129505
OwnerMark E.GroupBiochemistry Equipment
Created2023-07-05 12:31:08Updated2023-07-06 16:00:46
SitesCALS Biochemistry Equipment
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