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Treated Tissue Culture 245 mm x 245 mm Dish, 4/pk from StemCell Technologies, Inc.

ProductsTreated Tissue Culture 245 mm x 245 mm Dish, 4/pk from StemCell Technologies, Inc.
Company StemCell Technologies, Inc.
Item Treated Tissue Culture 245 mm x 245 mm Dish, 4/pk
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Description Recommended for supporting the growth of anchorage-dependent cells including human and mouse stromal cells, mesenchymal cells and cell lines.
Info StemCell Technologies, Inc.StemCell Technologies, Inc.
570 West Seventh Avenue, Suite 400
Vancouver, BC, V5Z 1B3
Canada
Customer Service:
(604) 877-0713
(800) 667-0322

Fax Number:
(604) 877-0704
(800) 567-2899

Web Site: http://www.stemcell.com
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