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BD Phosflow Perm/Wash Buffer I from BD Biosciences Pharmingen

ProductsBD Phosflow Perm/Wash Buffer I from BD Biosciences Pharmingen
Company BD Biosciences Pharmingen
Item BD Phosflow Perm/Wash Buffer I
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Description The BD PhosFlow Perm/Wash Buffer I can be used in intracellular staining of post-translationally modified signaling proteins to permeabilize cells and to serve as an antibody diluent and cell wash buffer. Because saponin-mediated cell permeabilization is a reversible process, it is important to keep the cells in the presence of saponin during intracellular staining.

Applications: Intracellular Staining (Flow)
Storage Temperature: Refrigerate(2 to 8C)
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