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ProductsCleanascite HC 16000 from Biotech Support Group
Company Biotech Support Group
Item Cleanascite HC 16000
Price $4,410.00
Description Lipid adsorption and clarification reagent; Ideal for clarifying many items in the purification of antibodies, proteins, nucleic acids, & proteoglycans; Contains no fluorocarbons, has negligible cross-reactivity, and improves downstream processing; Utilizes a reagent that is a solid-phase, non-ionic adsorbent supplied as a suspension in saline; Simple to use. Just cetrifuge and/or filter!
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