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rNeural Stem Cell (rNSC)Kit from AlphaGenix, Inc.

ProductsrNeural Stem Cell (rNSC)Kit from AlphaGenix, Inc.
Company AlphaGenix, Inc.
Item rNeural Stem Cell (rNSC)Kit
Price $800.00
Description Rat neural stem cell kits are intended for the in vitro growth and commitment to neuronal and glial lineage differentiation, of cultured fetal rat neural stem and progenitor cells expanded using FGF-2.
Info AlphaGenix, Inc.AlphaGenix, Inc.
1902 Wright Place
Suite 200
Carlsbad, CA 92008
Customer Service: 760-918-5685
Fax Number: 760-918-5687
Web Site: http://www.alphagenix.com
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