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Eppendorf Mixer, supplied by Eppendorf AG, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 88/100, based on 39 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Eppendorf AG eppendorf incubator mixer
    Fluorescence microscopic analysis of lipid droplets. Prior to microscopy, cultures were grown in I + medium at 25 °C as described under “Experimental Procedures” and were then diluted to A 600 nm = 0.1 in 2 ml of I + medium in multiwell plates, and incubated at 25 °C in an <t>Eppendorf</t> incubator/mixer. After reaching A 600 nm = 0.5, cultures were shifted to 37 °C, and aliquots removed at time 0 and 120 min, fixed and stained with BODIPY® 493/503, and analyzed by fluorescence microscopy. a , wild type cells at 25 °C (zero time at 37 °C); b , after 120 min of incubation at 37 °C; c, sec13-1 cells at 25 °C (zero time at 37 °C); d , after 120 min of incubation at 37 °C; e, sec13-1lro1 Δ dga1 Δ are 2Δ cells at 25 °C (zero time at 37 °C); and f , after 120 min incubation at 37 °C. Note that fluorescence emitted from BODIPY® that is dissolved in membrane aggregates, as opposed to lipid droplets, is r ed shifted, as indicated by a more yellowish fluorescence in e and f. Insets are 2-fold magnifications of representative cells. Bar = 5 μm.
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    Eppendorf AG thermomixer
    Heat map indicating differences in protein profile of the differentially heated DHM samples. The color scale is based on z-score normalized iBAQ values and each row represents individual proteins. Hierarchical clustering was performed using a Euclidean distance metric. The analyses were performed in duplicate for each sample and all values are presented as mean ± standard deviation of two independent experiments UN, HTST, FH, T99, T74, HoP and HoP_r stand for untreated DHM, and DHM treated with high-temperature short-time, flash heating, high-temperature short-time with a <t>thermomixer</t> preheated at 99°C, high-temperature short-time with a thermomixer preheated at 74°C, holder pasteurization and holder pasteurization with rapid heating up-times, respectively.
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    Optimization of inocula sizes for maximization of the dynamic range of the <t>microplate-based</t> assay. (A) Representative growth curves of Histoplasma yeasts initiated at starting densities of 3.2 × 10 7 (circles), 8.0 × 10 6 (squares), 2 ×
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    Optimization of inocula sizes for maximization of the dynamic range of the <t>microplate-based</t> assay. (A) Representative growth curves of Histoplasma yeasts initiated at starting densities of 3.2 × 10 7 (circles), 8.0 × 10 6 (squares), 2 ×
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    Fluorescence microscopic analysis of lipid droplets. Prior to microscopy, cultures were grown in I + medium at 25 °C as described under “Experimental Procedures” and were then diluted to A 600 nm = 0.1 in 2 ml of I + medium in multiwell plates, and incubated at 25 °C in an Eppendorf incubator/mixer. After reaching A 600 nm = 0.5, cultures were shifted to 37 °C, and aliquots removed at time 0 and 120 min, fixed and stained with BODIPY® 493/503, and analyzed by fluorescence microscopy. a , wild type cells at 25 °C (zero time at 37 °C); b , after 120 min of incubation at 37 °C; c, sec13-1 cells at 25 °C (zero time at 37 °C); d , after 120 min of incubation at 37 °C; e, sec13-1lro1 Δ dga1 Δ are 2Δ cells at 25 °C (zero time at 37 °C); and f , after 120 min incubation at 37 °C. Note that fluorescence emitted from BODIPY® that is dissolved in membrane aggregates, as opposed to lipid droplets, is r ed shifted, as indicated by a more yellowish fluorescence in e and f. Insets are 2-fold magnifications of representative cells. Bar = 5 μm.

    Journal: The Journal of Biological Chemistry

    Article Title: A Block in Endoplasmic Reticulum-to-Golgi Trafficking Inhibits Phospholipid Synthesis and Induces Neutral Lipid Accumulation *

    doi: 10.1074/jbc.M802685200

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Fluorescence microscopic analysis of lipid droplets. Prior to microscopy, cultures were grown in I + medium at 25 °C as described under “Experimental Procedures” and were then diluted to A 600 nm = 0.1 in 2 ml of I + medium in multiwell plates, and incubated at 25 °C in an Eppendorf incubator/mixer. After reaching A 600 nm = 0.5, cultures were shifted to 37 °C, and aliquots removed at time 0 and 120 min, fixed and stained with BODIPY® 493/503, and analyzed by fluorescence microscopy. a , wild type cells at 25 °C (zero time at 37 °C); b , after 120 min of incubation at 37 °C; c, sec13-1 cells at 25 °C (zero time at 37 °C); d , after 120 min of incubation at 37 °C; e, sec13-1lro1 Δ dga1 Δ are 2Δ cells at 25 °C (zero time at 37 °C); and f , after 120 min incubation at 37 °C. Note that fluorescence emitted from BODIPY® that is dissolved in membrane aggregates, as opposed to lipid droplets, is r ed shifted, as indicated by a more yellowish fluorescence in e and f. Insets are 2-fold magnifications of representative cells. Bar = 5 μm.

    Article Snippet: They were then diluted once more to A 600 nm = 0.1 in 2 ml of I+ media in multiwell plates and incubated at 25 °C in an Eppendorf incubator/mixer.

    Techniques: Fluorescence, Microscopy, Incubation, Staining

    Heat map indicating differences in protein profile of the differentially heated DHM samples. The color scale is based on z-score normalized iBAQ values and each row represents individual proteins. Hierarchical clustering was performed using a Euclidean distance metric. The analyses were performed in duplicate for each sample and all values are presented as mean ± standard deviation of two independent experiments UN, HTST, FH, T99, T74, HoP and HoP_r stand for untreated DHM, and DHM treated with high-temperature short-time, flash heating, high-temperature short-time with a thermomixer preheated at 99°C, high-temperature short-time with a thermomixer preheated at 74°C, holder pasteurization and holder pasteurization with rapid heating up-times, respectively.

    Journal: Frontiers in Pediatrics

    Article Title: High-Temperature Short-Time Preserves Human Milk's Bioactive Proteins and Their Function Better Than Pasteurization Techniques With Long Processing Times

    doi: 10.3389/fped.2021.798609

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Heat map indicating differences in protein profile of the differentially heated DHM samples. The color scale is based on z-score normalized iBAQ values and each row represents individual proteins. Hierarchical clustering was performed using a Euclidean distance metric. The analyses were performed in duplicate for each sample and all values are presented as mean ± standard deviation of two independent experiments UN, HTST, FH, T99, T74, HoP and HoP_r stand for untreated DHM, and DHM treated with high-temperature short-time, flash heating, high-temperature short-time with a thermomixer preheated at 99°C, high-temperature short-time with a thermomixer preheated at 74°C, holder pasteurization and holder pasteurization with rapid heating up-times, respectively.

    Article Snippet: A shaking thermomixer (12 ml block, Eppendorf Thermomixer R Mixer, Hamburg, DE) was preheated to either 99°C or 74°C.

    Techniques: Digital Holographic Microscopy, Standard Deviation

    Schematic workflow indicating the experimental approach used. HTST, FH, T99, T74, HoP and HoP_r stand for high-temperature short-time, flash heating, high-temperature short-time with a thermomixer preheated at 99°C, high-temperature short-time with a thermomixer preheated at 74°C, holder pasteurization and holder pasteurization with rapid heating up-times, respectively. For each heating method, DHM treatment was done in biological duplicate. Each sample was then aliquoted for the subsequent analyses, which were performed in technical duplicate.

    Journal: Frontiers in Pediatrics

    Article Title: High-Temperature Short-Time Preserves Human Milk's Bioactive Proteins and Their Function Better Than Pasteurization Techniques With Long Processing Times

    doi: 10.3389/fped.2021.798609

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Schematic workflow indicating the experimental approach used. HTST, FH, T99, T74, HoP and HoP_r stand for high-temperature short-time, flash heating, high-temperature short-time with a thermomixer preheated at 99°C, high-temperature short-time with a thermomixer preheated at 74°C, holder pasteurization and holder pasteurization with rapid heating up-times, respectively. For each heating method, DHM treatment was done in biological duplicate. Each sample was then aliquoted for the subsequent analyses, which were performed in technical duplicate.

    Article Snippet: A shaking thermomixer (12 ml block, Eppendorf Thermomixer R Mixer, Hamburg, DE) was preheated to either 99°C or 74°C.

    Techniques: Digital Holographic Microscopy

    Optimization of inocula sizes for maximization of the dynamic range of the microplate-based assay. (A) Representative growth curves of Histoplasma yeasts initiated at starting densities of 3.2 × 10 7 (circles), 8.0 × 10 6 (squares), 2 ×

    Journal: Journal of Clinical Microbiology

    Article Title: Quantitative Microplate-Based Growth Assay for Determination of Antifungal Susceptibility of Histoplasma capsulatum Yeasts

    doi: 10.1128/JCM.00795-15

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Optimization of inocula sizes for maximization of the dynamic range of the microplate-based assay. (A) Representative growth curves of Histoplasma yeasts initiated at starting densities of 3.2 × 10 7 (circles), 8.0 × 10 6 (squares), 2 ×

    Article Snippet: Plates were incubated at 37°C for 5 days with twice-daily agitation (30 s at 1,000 rpm) on a microplate mixer (Eppendorf) to improve aeration.

    Techniques: