The Ready-to-Use Mucolytic Solution

The solution for viscous samples

Respiratory samples from patients suffering from pneumonia, cystic fibrosis or tuberculosis are frequently highly viscous. Such samples require liquefaction to work with them in diagnostic workflows.

The Solution for Viscous Samples

The ready-to-use Liquillizer® reagent allows a highly effective liquefaction of tracheal and bronchial secretions as well as sputa. Compared to other liquefaction reagents the buffer does not contain DTT and is therefore odorless and stable at room temperature for four weeks after opening.

Just Two Easy Steps

Add an equal amount of Liquillizer to your sample and mix for liquefaction to have the sample ready to process.

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Your Benefits

Liquillizer is Easy-to-Use

  • Ready-to-use solution
  • Odorless, as Liquillizer is a DTT-free reagent
  • Storage and use at room temperature (15 – 25 °C)
  • Sample heating is not necessary
  • No incubation
  • No centrifugation

Liquillizer is Stable

  • Liquillizer offers stable activity for over four weeks after opening

Liquillizer is Economic in Use

  • Long stability after opening, and two convenient bottle sizes (125 and 250 ml) allow technicians to use up the total volume without waste

Processed Samples Can be Used in a Broad Range of Applications

  • Liquillizer facilitates sample handling for diagnostic procedures and cultivation

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Order Information

Volume Individual bottle Pack of 5 bottles Pack of 10 bottles
125 ml P-7510-001-IG P-7510-005-IG P-7510-006-IG
250 ml P-7510-002-IG P-7510-007-IG P-7510-008-IG
* MetaSystems products are used in many countries worldwide. Depending on the regulations of the respective country or region, some products may not be used for clinical diagnostic use. In Europe MetaSystems products are CE labelled in-vitro diagnostics (IVD) devices. In the USA all MetaSystems products except the Ikaros karyotyping systems are intended to be used for research or inspection only.