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tissue bath systems
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Harvard Apparatus phone 508.893.8999 toll free U.S. 800.272.2775 fax 508.429.5732 www.harvardapparatus.com
Mayflower Tissue Bath System (continued)
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Electrical Stimulation Electrodes
The stimulation electrodes can be of different types:
Coaxial electrode for contact stimulation (stainless steel).
If point stimulation is required, a Miniature Coaxial Stimulation
Electrode is installed using our Mini Ball Joint Postioning System.
The electrode can therefore precisely and easily be placed.
Two plate electrodes for field stimulation (platinum or AgAgCI)
Flexible platinum wires for direct contact with the tissue
73-3600 MAYFLOWER "Fully Thermostated Bath Top" In-
cubation System
MAYFLOWER Chamber with
Field Electrodes
MAYFLOWER Chamber with
direct Stimulation Electrode
Special holder for vascular or
tracheal rings. The rings are slid
over the holder jaws.
Tissue Holders
Three different tissue holders are available. Tissue holders can be exchanged.
The holders consist of two parts, a fixed part positioning the tissue inside the
bath and the part transmitting the contractile force to the transducer.
Order # Product
73-2155 Small Volume Horizontal Tissue Bath,
System MAYFLOWER
73-3600 Small Volume Horizontal Tissue Bath,
System MAYFLOWER "Fully Thermostated Bath Top"
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Mayflower Tissue Bath is especially designed for
HSE-HA F30 or F10 Force Transducers and it is not possible to modify
Transducer Holder to suit other transducer models.
For a system description according your requirements please use:
www.hugo-sachs.de/ihmail.html
or contact our technical experts at:
physiology@harvardapparatus.com
For a custom configuration and full system quotation.
A standard tissue holder is used
for small muscle preparations.
The tissue is attached to both
hooks by threads.
Special holder for small muscle
preparation. The tissue is clamped
on the right-hand side by a spring
clip against the bottom of the
chamber and attached to the
transducer hook using a thread.
A tool for lifting the clamping
system is supplied.