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Sf9 Insect Cells from Novagen

ProductsSf9 Insect Cells from Novagen
Company Novagen
Item Sf9 Insect Cells
Price $83.00
Description Novagen's frozen Sf9 Insect Cells are derived from the Spodoptera frugiperda Sf21 cell line and are pretested for optimal growth, use in transfections, plaque assays, virus production, and protein expression. The cells are frozen in a protocol that optimizes recovery of viable cells after thawing. They are adapted for growth in serum-free BacVector Insect Cell Medium and can also be grown in the presence of serum.
Info NovagenNovagen
441 Charmany Drive
Madison, WI 53719
Customer Service: 800-526-7319
Tech Support: 800-207-0144
Fax Number: 608-238-1388
Web Site: http://www.novagen.com
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