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TMB Slow Kinetic One Component HRP Microwell Substrate from BioFX Laboratories, Inc.

ProductsTMB Slow Kinetic One Component HRP Microwell Substrate from BioFX Laboratories, Inc.
Company BioFX Laboratories, Inc.
Item TMB Slow Kinetic One Component HRP Microwell Substrate
Price $249.00
Description TMB Slow Kinetic One Component HRP Microwell Substrate, 1 L
Info BioFX Laboratories, Inc.BioFX Laboratories, Inc.
10715 Red Run Blvd., Suite 114
Owings Mills, MD 21117

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Customer Service: 410-902-0281
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Web Site: http://www.biofx.com
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