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Like most centrifuges, the MDX-310 requires centrifugation tubes to be loaded symmetrically around the motor shaft. Opposing adapters, tubes, and samples should be of the same type and tubes should be filled equally to provide necessary counterbalance.

Q5. Does the MDX-310 Centrifuge have the ability to “flash” spin samples?

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