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LHC BASAL MEDIUM from Invitrogen

ProductsLHC BASAL MEDIUM from Invitrogen
Company Invitrogen
Item LHC BASAL MEDIUM
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Description LECHNER AND LaVECK MEDIUMfor the clonal growth of normal human bronchial and other epithelial cells. Requires additives. With glutamine.Recommended storage condition:oC to 8oCIntended use(s):research use only.
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