supercentrifuge

supercentrifuge

[¦sü·pər′sen·trə‚fyüj]
(mechanical engineering)
A centrifuge built to operate at faster speeds than an ordinary centrifuge.
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Part III of the splenic tissue was homogenized for 30 s using a tissue homogenizer (FJ-200, Shanghai Specimen and Model Factory, China) and then centrifuged at 3100 g at 0-4[degrees]C for 10 min using a supercentrifuge. The total protein content of splenic homogenates was determined by Coomassie staining (16,17) according to the manufacturer's instructions (Jiancheng Biotechnology Research Institute, China).
The right kidney was homogenized in 1:9 (w/v) physiological saline for 30 s by using the FJ-200 type high-speed tissue homogenizer (Shanghai Specimen and Model Factory, Shanghai, China) and then centrifuged at 850 xg at 0[degrees]C to 4[degrees]C for 10 min with the Labofuge 400R supercentrifuge (Heraeus, Hanover, Germany).
The two layer method as applied to the Sharples supercentrifuge. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings 32, 100-105.