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Corning Culture Flask, 150 cm2, Tc-Treated, Angled Neck, Vent Cap, Sterile from Sigma-Aldrich

ProductsCorning Culture Flask, 150 cm2, Tc-Treated, Angled Neck, Vent Cap, Sterile from Sigma-Aldrich
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Item Corning Culture Flask, 150 cm2, Tc-Treated, Angled Neck, Vent Cap, Sterile
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Description This CLS number is a new product number, created to easily match Cornings product number. If showing no availability yet, please order under the old Sigma-Aldrich number (Z37,208-0) or contact customer service for assistance. Mfr Desig: Corning No.430825
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