Shop All Other Tubes

Samco™ 17 × 100mm Disposable Culture Tubes (DCTs) (Thermo Scientific™)

Choose the material that suits your needs with these disposable culture tubes, in clarified polypropylene for strength and resistance, or polystyrene for superior clarity.

Immuno Tubes and Stoppers (Thermo Scientific™)

Reproduce results time after time with Thermo Scientific™ Immuno Tubes and Stoppers, ideal for ELISA, solid phase RIA and liquid phase RIA assays.

Vacuum Hydrolysis Tube, 1 mL (Thermo Scientific™)

Thermo Scientific Pierce Vacuum Hydrolysis Tube, 1 mL is a high-quality glass tube designed for heated, acid-based, vacuum hydrolysis of proteins and peptides for amino acid analysis.

Features of Vacuum Hydrolysis Tube, 1 mL:

• Saves 10-18 hours on hydrolysis procedures when combined with 6N HCl (Part No. 24308)
• Provides for hydrolysis in 6 hours when heated at 150°C in a dry block heater (Note: the upper temperature limit of Vacuum Hydrolysis Tubes is 260°C in a block heater but only 110°C in an oven)
• Optimal hydrolysis control when used with Reacti-Therm Dry Block Heating System
• Compatible-fitting are available for use with Thermo Scientific Reacti-Therm Heating Modules

Applications of Vacuum Hydrolysis Tube:
• Protein/peptide hydrolysis
• Sample concentration
• Lyophilization
• Hydrazinolysis

Vacuum Hydrolysis Tubes are precision-designed for use in protein hydrolysis and subsequent analysis of protein and peptide amino acid compositions. The heavy-walled borosilicate glass construction ensures complete compatibility with all commonly used acid hydrolysis reagents. Acid hydrolysis at elevated temperatures, in vacuo, will hydrolyze most proteins and peptides to their amino acid components without significant decomposition.

Vacuum hydrolysis methods commonly use 6N constant boiling hydrochloric acid (HCl), a mixture of HCl and propionic acid, 3N mercaptoethanesulfonic acid or 4N methanesulfonic acid. The constant boiling HCl method uses standard protein hydrolysis at 105 to 110°C for 16 to 24 hours. Using the HCl/propionic acid method, hydrolysis times can be shortened to 15 minutes at 160°C. Tryptophan is easily degraded by acid hydrolysis in 6N HCl. The presence of oxygen, heavy metals and carbohydrates are contributing factors to this degradation. A 22-hour hydrolysis method was developed to improve tryptophan recovery from protein hydrolysis samples by using 3N mercaptoethanesulfonic acid. A second method to improve tryptophan recovery involves hydrolysis at 115°C using 4N methanesulfonic acid.

Related Products
Vacuum Hydrolysis Tube, 6 mL
Vacuum Hydrolysis Tube, 18 mL

Sterilin™ Borosilicate Glass Culture Tubes (Thermo Scientific™)

Rely on chemical and temperature resistant borosilicate glass culture tubes in your tough applications. Available with flat or round bottom, threaded to accept a screw cap.

Sterilin™ Round Base Rimless Borosilicate Glass Rimless Tubes (Thermo Scientific™)

Trust these round-base borosilicate glass tubes in high temperature, aggressive chemical applications. Ideal for use with samples that are sensitive to plastic tube leachables.

Covaris™ M220 microTUBE, Screw-Cap (Ion Torrent™)

The Covaris® M220 Screw-Cap microTUBE has been designed and engineered specifically for the treatment of 50 µl of sample in the M220 Focused-ultrasonicator™. The microTUBE is used to shear DNA and RNA into fragments with a distribution center selected between 100 to 1,500 bp. Each package contains 25 tubes.

Vacuum Hydrolysis Tube, 6 mL (Thermo Scientific™)

Thermo Scientific Pierce Vacuum Hydrolysis Tube, 6 mL is a high-quality glass tube designed for heated, acid-based, vacuum hydrolysis of proteins and peptides for amino acid analysis.

Features of Vacuum Hydrolysis Tube, 6 mL:

• Saves 10-18 hours on hydrolysis procedures when combined with 6N HCl (Part No. 24308)
• Provides for hydrolysis in 6 hours when heated at 150°C in a dry block heater (Note: the upper temperature limit of Vacuum Hydrolysis Tubes is 260°C in a block heater but only 110°C in an oven)
• Optimal hydrolysis control when used with Reacti-Therm Dry Block Heating System
• Compatible-fitting are available for use with Thermo Scientific Reacti-Therm Heating Modules

Applications of Vacuum Hydrolysis Tube:
• Protein/peptide hydrolysis
• Sample concentration
• Lyophilization
• Hydrazinolysis

Vacuum Hydrolysis Tubes are precision-designed for use in protein hydrolysis and subsequent analysis of protein and peptide amino acid compositions. The heavy-walled borosilicate glass construction ensures complete compatibility with all commonly used acid hydrolysis reagents. Acid hydrolysis at elevated temperatures, in vacuo, will hydrolyze most proteins and peptides to their amino acid components without significant decomposition.

Vacuum hydrolysis methods commonly use 6N constant boiling hydrochloric acid (HCl), a mixture of HCl and propionic acid, 3N mercaptoethanesulfonic acid or 4N methanesulfonic acid. The constant boiling HCl method uses standard protein hydrolysis at 105 to 110°C for 16 to 24 hours. Using the HCl/propionic acid method, hydrolysis times can be shortened to 15 minutes at 160°C. Tryptophan is easily degraded by acid hydrolysis in 6N HCl. The presence of oxygen, heavy metals and carbohydrates are contributing factors to this degradation. A 22-hour hydrolysis method was developed to improve tryptophan recovery from protein hydrolysis samples by using 3N mercaptoethanesulfonic acid. A second method to improve tryptophan recovery involves hydrolysis at 115°C using 4N methanesulfonic acid.

Related Products
Vacuum Hydrolysis Tube, 1 mL
Vacuum Hydrolysis Tube, 18 mL

Samco™ 13 × 100mm Disposable Culture Tubes (DCTs) (Thermo Scientific™)

Choose the material that best suits your needs with these DCTs, available in clarified polypropylene for strength and resistance, or polystyrene for superior clarity.

Samco™ 12 × 75mm Disposable Culture Tubes (DCTs) (Thermo Scientific™)

Get superior clarity with these chemical-free and biologically inert polystyrene DCTs designed for most laboratory applications.

Covaris™ M220 microTUBE, Snap-Cap (Ion Torrent™)

The Covaris® M220 Snap-Cap microTUBE has been designed and engineered specifically for the treatment of 130 µl of sample in the M220 Focused-ultrasonicator™. The microTUBE is used to shear DNA and RNA into fragments with a distribution center selected between 100 to 1,500 bp. Each package contains 25 tubes.

(Manufacturer: Covaris Inc., Cat. No. 520045)

Elution Tubes (2.0 mL) (Invitrogen™)

Ambion® RNase-free Elution Tubes are guaranteed RNase- and DNase-free and can accommodate RNAqueous® (SKU# AM1912) and Poly(A)Purist™ (SKU# AM1916) spin cartridges. 2.0 mL tubes are provided in a box of 100.

Each lot of tubes is certified RNAse- and DNase-free.

Dynabeads™ L10 Tubes (Applied Biosystems™)

Flat-sided reusable glass tubes necessary for optimal recovery of cysts/oocysts during magnetic separation with the MPC-1 or MPC-6 magnetic particle concentrators when using Dynabeads® anti-Cryptosporidium or Dynabeads® GC-Combo.

Vacuum Hydrolysis Tube, 18 mL (Thermo Scientific™)

Thermo Scientific Pierce Vacuum Hydrolysis Tube, 18 mL is a high-quality glass tube designed for heated, acid-based, vacuum hydrolysis of proteins and peptides for amino acid analysis.

Features of Vacuum Hydrolysis Tube, 18 mL:

• Saves 10-18 hours on hydrolysis procedures when combined with 6N HCl (Part No. 24308)
• Provides for hydrolysis in 6 hours when heated at 150°C in a dry block heater (Note: the upper temperature limit of Vacuum Hydrolysis Tubes is 260°C in a block heater but only 110°C in an oven)
• Optimal hydrolysis control when used with Reacti-Therm Dry Block Heating System
• Compatible-fitting are available for use with Thermo Scientific Reacti-Therm Heating Modules

Applications of Vacuum Hydrolysis Tube:
• Protein/peptide hydrolysis
• Sample concentration
• Lyophilization
• Hydrazinolysis

Vacuum Hydrolysis Tubes are precision-designed for use in protein hydrolysis and subsequent analysis of protein and peptide amino acid compositions. The heavy-walled borosilicate glass construction ensures complete compatibility with all commonly used acid hydrolysis reagents. Acid hydrolysis at elevated temperatures, in vacuo, will hydrolyze most proteins and peptides to their amino acid components without significant decomposition.

Vacuum hydrolysis methods commonly use 6N constant boiling hydrochloric acid (HCl), a mixture of HCl and propionic acid, 3N mercaptoethanesulfonic acid or 4N methanesulfonic acid. The constant boiling HCl method uses standard protein hydrolysis at 105 to 110°C for 16 to 24 hours. Using the HCl/propionic acid method, hydrolysis times can be shortened to 15 minutes at 160°C. Tryptophan is easily degraded by acid hydrolysis in 6N HCl. The presence of oxygen, heavy metals and carbohydrates are contributing factors to this degradation. A 22-hour hydrolysis method was developed to improve tryptophan recovery from protein hydrolysis samples by using 3N mercaptoethanesulfonic acid. A second method to improve tryptophan recovery involves hydrolysis at 115°C using 4N methanesulfonic acid.

Related Products
Vacuum Hydrolysis Tube, 1 mL
Vacuum Hydrolysis Tube, 6 mL

Samco™ 16 × 125mm Disposable Culture Tubes (DCTs) (Thermo Scientific™)

Choose the material that suits your needs with these disposable culture tubes, in clarified polypropylene for strength and resistance, or polystyrene for superior clarity.

Low Protein Binding Collection Tubes (2.0 mL) (Thermo Scientific™)

Thermo Scientific™ Pierce™ Low Protein Binding Microcentrifuge Tubes (2.0 mL) help minimize protein sample loss during sample manipulation and are ideal in applications where processing steps are extensive.

Durable—able to tolerate centrifuge speeds up to 20,000 RCF
Compatible—suitable for IP and mass spectrometry applications
Nuclease-free—certified RNase/DNase-free

The Pierce Low Protein Binding Microcentrifuge Tubes help minimize sample loss in mass spectrometry and immunoprecipitation/co-immunoprecipitation applications. The polypropylene tubes are certified as DNase/RNase-free and are conveniently packaged (250 tubes per package) to minimize contamination.