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Dacron mesh button tether single channel infusion of rats, sterile from Instech Solomon

ProductsDacron mesh button tether single channel infusion of rats, sterile from Instech Solomon
Company Instech Solomon
Item Dacron mesh button tether single channel infusion of rats, sterile
Price $20.00
Description These disposable button tethers are designed for rat infusion studies lasting more than 2 weeks. After one to two weeks the subcutaneous tissue will grow into the Dacron mesh, making the sutures irrelevant.
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Plymouth Meeting, PA

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