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Total Protein Western Blots - Plant Normal Tissue, Blot I from BioChain

ProductsTotal Protein Western Blots - Plant Normal Tissue, Blot I from BioChain
Company BioChain
Item Total Protein Western Blots - Plant Normal Tissue, Blot I
Price $285.00
Description Biochain's plant total protein western blot (WtPAN) is designed for rapidly screening tissue specific protein expression in plant tissues. Human placenta total protein is included in each blot as an interblot control for comparison between different western blots. Each lane contains 50 g of protein.
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