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siRNA Dilution Buffer from Santa Cruz Biotechnology, Inc.

ProductssiRNA Dilution Buffer from Santa Cruz Biotechnology, Inc.
Company Santa Cruz Biotechnology, Inc.
Item siRNA Dilution Buffer
Price $5.00
Description 
  • TRIS-EDTA based buffer prepared from RNase-free water suitable for storage and dilution of siRNA
  • pH 8
  • store at 4 C
Info Santa Cruz Biotechnology, Inc.Santa Cruz Biotechnology, Inc.
2145 Delaware Avenue
Santa Cruz, California
95060
U.S.A.

Customer Service: 1-800-457-3801
Fax Number: 831-457-3801
Web Site: http://www.scbt.com/
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