Eppendorf Purity Grades Selection Guide 2017 by Eppendorf

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eppendorf purity grades selection guide eppendorf qualityâ„¢ sterile pcr clean pcr clean and sterile forensic dna grade biopur continuous quality control for the following relevant criteria function tightness precision â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  low wetting â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  high chemical resistance â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  high thermal resistance â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  high centrifugation stability â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  high transparency â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  precisely shaped â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  â–  lot-specific certified for the following purity criteria human dna-free dna-free human bacterial dna â–  dnase-free rnase-free â–  â–  â–  â–  pcr inhibitor-free â–  â–  â–  â–  atp-free â–  pyrogen-free

importance of purity criteria sterility importance per definition a sterile product does not harbor any living organisms on its surface the degree of sterilization is described by a residual probability of contamination this probability is expressed as sal sterility assurance level thus an sal value of 10 –6 indicates the probability of occurrence of one non-sterile item among 10 6 1,000,000 sterilized items sterile products are required whenever the presence of germs may have a negative effect for example to prevent infection of samples or incorrect test results for microbiological experiments that would be caused by unsterile lab equipment pyrogen-free endotoxin-free importance thermostable substances glycoproteins from the outer membrane of bacteria and other microorganisms can cause fever in humans and impair the growth of cell cultures absence of pyrogen prevents endotoxin-based contamination in cell culture pharmaceutical and medical research laboratories bacterial