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SepMate™-50: For Hassle-Free PBMC Isolation in Just 15 Minutes

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SepMate™ -50 is a new tube that enables consistent and hassle-free PBMC isolations in just 15 minutes. The unique SepMate™ insert lets you quickly layer blood over the density gradient medium, and prevents the layers from mixing. After centrifugation with the brake on, PBMCs are simply poured into a fresh tube.

Advantages of SepMate™-50:

• EASY: Say goodbye to slow and laborious sample layering over the density gradient medium.
• FAST: Centrifuge for just 10 minutes with the brake on.
• CONSISTENT: Minimize variability between separations. 

SepMate™-50 can also be combined with RosetteSep™, the unique immunodensity-based cell isolation reagent, to isolate highly purified immune cells from whole blood in as little as 25 minutes.

To learn more, view the video protocol or request a free sample, visit the link below.

Product SepMate™-50: For Hassle-Free PBMC Isolation in Just 15 Minutes
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