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ProductsCell Proliferation Kit from GE Healthcare, formerly Amersham Biosciences
Company GE Healthcare, formerly Amersham Biosciences
Item Cell Proliferation Kit
Price $774.00
Description Cell Proliferation Kit, For 100 slides. Immunocytochemistry.Sample types: suitable for in vivo and in vitro tissue labeling.Recommended cell number: 10 6-107 cells/ml.2-3 h post-labeling (labeling 1-2 hours).Store at 2-8 C (except DAB: -15 to -30 C). Category: Drug Screening & Cellular Assays, Assays . Specific Shipment: USDA Animal Content.
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