Diffusion Chamber Kit

EMD Millipore's Diffusion Chamber Kits are proven devices for studying immunology, tissue growth, and organ transplants

  • Diffusion chambers are proven devices for studying immunology, tissue growth, and organ transplants
  • Can be used with suspended cells or minced or whole tissue
  • Includes membrane, glue, and Plexiglas® chamber rings

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Specifications

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13-mm Diameter Discs Clear Sorting & Filtering
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GSWP01300MF-Millipore Membrane Filter, mixed cellulose esters 0.22 µm Hydrophilic, 0.22 µm, 13 mm, white, plain, 100 Show Pricing & Availability
GVWP01300Durapore Membrane Filter 0.22 µm PVDF, Hydrophilic, 0.22 µm, 13 mm, white, plain, 100 Show Pricing & Availability
HAWP01300MF-Millipore Membrane Filter, mixed cellulose esters 0.45 µm Hydrophilic, 0.45 µm, 13 mm, white, plain, 100 Show Pricing & Availability
HVLP01300Durapore Membrane Filter 0.45 µm PVDF, Hydrophilic, 0.45 µm, 13 mm, white, plain, 100 Show Pricing & Availability
SMWP01300MF-Millipore Membrane Filter, mixed cellulose esters 5.0 µm Hydrophilic, 5.0 µm, 13 mm, white, plain, 100 Show Pricing & Availability
SVLP01300Durapore Membrane Filter 5.0 µm PVDF, Hydrophilic, 5.0 µm, 13 mm, white, plain, 100 Show Pricing & Availability

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Plexiglas® Rings Clear Sorting & Filtering
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PR0001400Plexiglas® Rings without hole 50 Show Pricing & Availability
PR0001401Plexiglas® Rings with 0.59 mm hole 50 Show Pricing & Availability

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Accessory Clear Sorting & Filtering
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XX6200006PFilter forceps, blunt end, stainless steel 3 Show Pricing & Availability

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    Documentation

    Technical Info

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    MF Cement Product Change Announcement

    FAQ

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    What do I need to assemble diffusion chambers for studying the effects of implanted cells?You need three items: (1) Diffusion chamber rings with holes and nylon thread for plugging the holes, catalog number PR00 014 01, (2) 13 mm membrane filters, either 0.22 micron pore size (catalog number GSWP 013 00) or 0.45 micron pore size (catalog number HAWP 013 00), and (3) MF filter cement, catalog number XX70 000 00. Additional nylon thread can be purchased separately under the catalog number PR00 000 00.
    How do I assemble a diffusion chamber containing tissue for implantation?
    1. Wet a single membrane filter (either GSWP 013 00 or HAWP 013 00) with Milli-Q water and blot it to absorbent paper to remove excess water.
    2. Glue the filter to one side of a diffusion chamber ring without hole (catalog number PR00 014 00), using MF cement (catalog number XX70 000 00), and let dry.
    3. Sterilize this assembly, along with another membrane filter of the same type, by exposure to ethylene oxide gas or ultraviolet light.
    4. Moisten the half-completed chamber and the separate sterile filter with a sterile physiological solution, and aseptically place the tissue to be studied in the half-completed chamber assembly.
    5. Glue the cover filter in place using sterile technique.
    How do I assemble a diffusion chamber containing suspension cells for implantation?Wet two membrane filters (either GSWP 013 00 or HAWP 013 00) with Milli-Q water and blot them to absorbent paper to remove excess water. Glue a moist filter to each side of the diffusion chamber ring with hole (catalog number PR00 014 01) using MF cement (catalog number XX70 000 00). Sterilize the dried diffusion chamber with ethylene oxide gas or ultraviolet light. After sterilization, inject the cells through the hole in the plastic ring, and plug the hole with the nylon thread which comes with the rings (catalog number PR00 000 00 if ordered separately).