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Corning® Pyrex® Trypsinizing Flasks with Sidearm and Screw Caps

By Corning
Corning® Pyrex® Trypsinizing Flasks with Sidearm and Screw Caps

These Pyrex® trypsinizing flasks are used for converting homogenous tissue samples into cell suspensions by digestion of connective proteins. Flasks have a phenolic GPI 38-430M screw cap with rubber liner on the neck and a GPI 20-415 threaded cap on the sidearm. With a dam below the sidearm to prevent undissociated tissue fragments from being poured out of flask. Four extra long, extra deep baffles promote vigorous agitation.

Cat.No. Brand Material Name Capac. Neck Type Cap Style CS    
1-4465-125 Pyrex® Borosilicate glass 125mL Wide mouth Screw DISCONTINUED  
1-4465-250 Pyrex® Borosilicate glass 250mL Wide mouth Screw DISCONTINUED  
1-4465-500 Pyrex® Borosilicate glass 300mL Wide mouth Screw DISCONTINUED  

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