A reusable self-healing injection port is a device that is used in the process of inoculating a substrate with mushroom spores or culture. It is typically made from a special blend of high-temperature silicone and EPDM foam rubber, and features a small, puncturable membrane that "self-heals" after being pierced by a syringe. This allows for repeated use of the injection port without the need for additional equipment or materials. The adhesive backing used on these ports is typically designed to withstand autoclave temperatures, making them a durable and convenient option for use in sterile environments.
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