Miniaturized device for agitating a high-density yeast suspension that is suitable for in vivo nuclear magnetic resonance applications

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In vivo nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) monitoring requires a high-density cell suspension, where cell precipitation should be avoided. We have designed a miniaturized cell agitator that fits entirely into an 8-mm NMR probe but that, being mounted into the instrument, is situated outside of the sensitive area. The device consists of two glass tubes connected in a way that, when gas flow is blown through them, creates influx of cell suspension into the device that returns through apertures. This flow creates continuous circular vortex of the cell suspension in the whole sample volume, whereas there are no moving mechanical parts or gas bubbles crossing the instrument’s sensitive area. The gas flow controls conditions of the cell suspension and removes volatile waste metabolites.

SEEK ID: https://fairdomhub.org/publications/144

DOI: 10.1016/j.ab.2009.10.011

Projects: MOSES

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Journal: Analytical Biochemistry

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Date Published: 1st Feb 2010

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Authors: , Christian Bock

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Zakhartsev, M., & Bock, C. (2010). Miniaturized device for agitating a high-density yeast suspension that is suitable for in vivo nuclear magnetic resonance applications. Analytical Biochemistry, 397(2), 244–246. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ab.2009.10.011
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