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Human siTrio from B-Bridge International

ProductsHuman siTrio from B-Bridge International
Company B-Bridge International
Item Human siTrio
Price $600.00
Description siTrio siRNA --- a cocktail of 3 siRNAs specifically targeted to your target gene of interestis our most popular product. The siTrio reagent guarantees you get more than 75% knockdown of your target gene when used under standard conditions (100 nM siRNA for transfection and confirmation of optimal transfection with one of B-Bridges controls). To ensure knockdown, use siTrio siRNA.
Info B-Bridge InternationalB-Bridge International
320 Logue Avenue
Mountain View, CA 94043

Customer Service: 650-969-7727
Fax Number: 650-969-7737
Web Site: http://www.b-bridge.com
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Preparation TW--Compatibility: no end cap seals -Hybridization Tube for Hybrigene -Comp Dim: 240 80 mm -Material: borosilicate glass -Mfr Desig: Techne FHB-15...
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