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M220 Focused-ultrasonicator™

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DNA Shearing for Next-Generation Sequencing.

• Proven Covaris AFA shearing process, as used in genome centers worldwide
• Generates tight, highly reproducible fragment distributions
• Optimized shearing programs to generate fragment sizes between 150 and 5,000 bp
• Also effective for low-mass, high epitope recovery chromatin shearing
• Now the “Scientist’s Standard” is in a low-cost, compact, easy to use design

M220 Focused-ultrasonicator™ is designed for Next-Gen Sequencing applications requiring fragment sizes between 150bp and 5kb. Compact size and ease-of-use make the M220 Focused-ultrasonicator the ideal DNA shearing solution for MiSeq™ and PGM™ users.

The M220 runs a variety of DNA shearing protocols with Covaris SonoLab 7 software and uses both the Covaris microTUBE™ & miniTUBE™.

Integrated temperature control within the M220 eliminates the need for an external chiller, saving space and cost.

Product M220 Focused-ultrasonicator™
Company Covaris Incorporated
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Covaris Incorporated
14 Gill Street, Unit H Woburn, Massachusetts 01801-1721 USA

Tel: +1 781-932-3959
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