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Specimen Debulking Tools

WaveSense offers debulking tools containing embedded Neodymium magnets allowing isolation of paramagnetic particles within a specimen container.
Magnetic Tube Docks (MTD) recover paramagnetically labeled target cells from biological fluids and deliver a simple way to debulk specimens laden with debris, bacteria, mucus, or dense background cell populations. MTD accessories accommodate most 50, 15, 5 or 2mL conical tubes.

Model #A4104

The MTD-2 is a reusable magnetic dock containing a single powerful neodymium permanent magnet suitable for isolating submicron and micron paramagnetic particles. It can be used whenever it is desirable to debulk specimens laden with debris, bacteria, mucous, and dense background cell populations typically found in cell pellets obtained from urine, blood, bone marrow, and tissue homogenates.

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Model #A1103

The MTD-5 is a reusable magnetic dock containing a single powerful neodymium permanent magnet suitable for isolating submicron and micron paramagnetic particles. It can be used whenever it is desirable to debulk specimens laden with debris, bacteria, mucous, and dense background cell populations typically found in cell pellets obtained from urine, blood, bone marrow, and tissue homogenates.

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Model #A4102

The MTD-15 is a reusable magnetic dock containing a single powerful neodymium permanent magnet suitable for isolating submicron and micron paramagnetic particles. It can be used whenever it is desirable to debulk specimens laden with debris, bacteria, mucous, and dense background cell populations typically found in cell pellets obtained from urine, blood, bone marrow, and tissue homogenates.

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Model #A4101

The MTD-50 is a reusable magnetic dock containing a single powerful neodymium permanent magnet suitable for isolating submicron and micron paramagnetic particles. It can be used whenever it is desirable to debulk specimens laden with debris, bacteria, mucous, and dense background cell populations typically found in cell pellets obtained from urine, blood, bone marrow, and tissue homogenates.

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