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Normal Donor Donkey Serum from Equitech-Bio

Description: Collected from normal, healthy animals in carefully maintained standing herds of US orgin. Pricing: $45/unit for 1 - 10 units...
Company:Equitech-Bio

Normal Donor Donkey Serum - 100mL from GeneTex

Description: NORMAL DONOR DONKEY SERUM...
Company:GeneTex

Normal Donor Donkey Serum - 500mL from Biomeda Corporation

Description: NORMAL DONOR DONKEY SERUM...
Company:Biomeda Corporation

GIBCO Donor Calf Serum from Invitrogen

Description: Performance, mycoplasma, virus, and endotoxin tested...
Company:Invitrogen

Normal Human Serum-Single Donor from Innovative Research

Description: Normal Human Serum-Single Donor • Human serum is obtained from normal human donors who are found to be negative by a test for Human Immunodeficiency Virus Antigen (s) (HIV-1Ag), Antibodies to Human Immunodeficiency Virus (Anti-HIV 1/2), Hepatitis C Virus (HCV), and Nonreactive for Hepatitis B ...
Company:Innovative Research

Human Serum Off The Clot from Lifeblood Medical, Inc.

Description:... Human Serum FDA Licensed US donor Centers Sterile / Non-sterile: Sterile Filtered to 0.2 micron Information: Extensive Viral Testing ...
Company:Lifeblood Medical, Inc.

Normal Human Serum from CHEMICON

Description:... Normal human serum collected off the clot from healthy normal humans. Each donor unit is negative for anti-HIV 1&2, HIV-Ag, HCV, and HBsAg by FDA required tests...
Company:CHEMICON

Streptozotocin from Calbiochem

Description:... 2-Deoxy-2-(3-methyl-3-nitrosoureido)-D-glucopyranose Pale yellow solid. An N-nitroso-containing diabetogenic compound that acts as a nitric oxide donor in pancreatic islets. An antibiotic effective against Gram-negative bacteria. Causes DNA alkylation and DNA strand breaks in pancreatic islet cells. P...
Company:Calbiochem

GPS -M Mutagenesis System from New England Biolabs

Description:...rticular mutagenesis application, the transposon donor (pGPS3) can be customized by adding to or replacin...sprimer. For ease of manipulation by the user, the donor plasmid can be grown easily in standard laboratory... pUC origin of replication. To destroy unreacted donor molecules and avoid undesirable reaction products,...
Company:New England Biolabs
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