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Pet Trolley Assembly Instructions

ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS Tools Needed: Philips Head Screwdriver Undo stretcher on the short edges of the frame. Connect stretcher frames by sliding them together. Firmly tighten screws on the outside edge of the frame where both pieces intersect. Attach wheel axle to rear outside edge of frame. Firmly tighten large wingnuts to wheel axle. Reattach stretcher by wrapping around short edge of frame and affixing to hook-and-loop fastener patches. Slide eye screws into the top of the frame opposite the wheel axle. Firmly tighten small wingnuts to eye screws. Fold stretcher over long edge of frame and connect straps by threading...

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Everything you need for ... Brazilian-Style Aspiration

Brazilian-Style Aspiration Handy Hints Ovum Pick Up

We've got everything you need to perform "Brazilian-Style" Oocyte Aspiration. See below for all the necessary products: 1. Stainless Steel Rod for Short-Needle OPU (DI-0156/ROD) 2. Brazilian 2-Piece Short Needle Fitting (DI-0156/BRAZILIAN) 3. 18G Needle for OPU (DI-0207/10) 4. Brazilian-Style Tubing (DI-0205) 5. Aspiration to Collection Tube Kit (DI-0152) 6. Aluminum Stopper with Leur Adaptor (DI-0216/Luer) 7. Corning 50 mL Centrifuge Tube (DCE-0031)

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Needle "Tips"

Handy Hints Needle Size and Selection

When it comes to buying needles there are some helpful tips to keep in mind.  Needles are measured in 2 ways: Length & Gauge (Diameter). When determining the correct gauge, remember the higher the number, the small the diameter. For example a 18 gauge needle is smaller than a 16 gauge needle. Needle Size & Selection:   Gauge Length Poultry 22 3/8" x 1/2" Baby Pigs (IM) 20 1/2" Nursery Pigs (IM) 16 or 18 3/4" or 5/8" Sows/Boars (SUBQ) 16 or 18 1" Calves (<300 lbs) (SUBQ) 18-20 1/2" x 3/4" Cattle (IM) 16 or 18 2/4 or 1 1/2"...

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Storing & Using emP3™ Trypsin Wash

Handy Hints Trypsin

emP3™ Trypsin Embryo Wash Our emP3™ Trypsin Embryo Wash is a 1:250 solution of porcine derived trypsin in Hank's solution with a pH indicator. Free of viruses and mycoplasma and is sterile filtered to 0.1 micron. Trypsin is used in the washing of embryos prior to freezing and transport in order to remove virus on the surface. Our Handy Trypsin Hint: Trypsin is a sensitive product. This is why it should remain frozen when not in use. In order to reduce waste, as well as the number of times it is frozen and thawed, try using this method… Thaw out...

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