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Reversible Immunoprecipitation System from Upstate

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Reversible Immunoprecipitation System from Upstate
Company Upstate
Item Catch and Release® v2.0
Reversible Immunoprecipitation System
Price $99.00
Description Catch and Release® v2.0
Reversible Immunoprecipitation System
Info UpstateUpstate
28820 Single Oak Drive
Temecula, CA 92590
Customer Service: 800-437-7500 or 951-676-8080
Tech Support: 800 548-7853
Fax Number: 800-437-7502 or 951-676-9209
Web Site: http://www.upstate.com
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