Ultrasonic Cell Disruptor

How Does Sonication Work?

Sonication is the act of converting an electrical signal into a physical vibration, for various purposes. Sonication is typically performed to disrupt cell membranes and release cellular contents for the purpose of further evaluation. Sonication is also used to break apart the cells and release DNA proteins for examination. The ultrasonic electric generator is the

How Does a Sonicator Work?

Electrical signal could be changed into physical vibration directed toward a target substance through sonication. Sonicators are important lab devices and applied in a variety of fields. Sonication is typically conducted to break apart compounds or cells for the purpose of further evaluation. The vibration exerts a strong impact on solutions, breaking apart the molecules