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GIBCO BGJb Medium (Fitton-Jackson Modification) (1X) liquid from Invitrogen

ProductsGIBCO BGJb Medium (Fitton-Jackson Modification) (1X) liquid from Invitrogen
Company Invitrogen
Item GIBCO BGJb Medium (Fitton-Jackson Modification) (1X) liquid
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Description Contains L-glutamine
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