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Prostaglandin E1-d4 from Cayman Chemical

Description:... patent ductus arteriosus in infants whose cardiac anomalies require pulmonary shunting for survival. In human males, the intracavernosal effective dose range for PGE1 is 2 to 80 µg, and the transurethral range is 125 to 1000 ....
Company:Cayman Chemical

Rabbit Anti-Dideoxycytidine Polyclonal Antibody, Unconjugated from GeneTex

Description:... of the ddC antiserum was determined by calculating the ratio of the moles of ddC to moles of ddC analog at the 50% intercept of the respective dose response curves and multiplying the result by 100%.Analog %Cytidine 0.01021-Deoxycytidine 0.12021,31-Dideoxyuridine ...
Company:GeneTex

MATra-si Reagent for 200g nucleic acids from IBA GmbH

Description:... contains magnetic nanoparticles (MagTag) which can be loaded with the nucleic acid of interest. Exploiting magnetic force the full nucleic acid dose is then rapidly drawn towards and delivered into the target cells leading to efficient transfection. MATra-si Reagent can be used for adherent cells; ...
Company:IBA GmbH

NOVOstar Microplate Reader from BMG LABTECH

Description:... programmable pipettor system, the NOVOstar is especially well-suited to screen large numbers of compounds in kinetic cell-based assays or to create a dose response curve by measuring a wide range of analyte concentrations. Applications that the NOVOstar is targeted for include: Ca2+ uptake membrane ...
Company:BMG LABTECH

15(R)-17-phenyl trinor Prostaglandin F2alpha isopropyl ester from Cayman Chemical

Description:... PGF2α were determined to be 0.71 nM and 30 nM, respectively, in a FP receptor binding assay using the cat iris sphincter muscle. A 3 µg dose of 15(R)-17-phenyl trinor PGF2α caused a 1.9 mmHg reduction of IOP in normotensive cynomolgus ....
Company:Cayman Chemical
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