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DYNAPURE Dye Terminator Ver. 2 from Dynal Biotech

Description: Removal of excess dye terminators, template DNA, primers, salts or other unwanted components from the true sequencing products have proved critical for both standard and capillary systems. This product is designed to work with dye terminator cycle sequencing chemistries such as BigDyeTM and DYEnami...
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CELLection Epithelial Enrich from Dynal Biotech

Description: The kit contains 5 ml CELLection Dynabeads (4.5 m) coated with the monoclonal antibody against the human epithelial antigen EpCAM and DNase Releasing Buffer. For up to 5 log enrichment of epithelial tumour cells directly from blood, bone marrow or MNC. Tumour cells clumps can be enriched from bone...
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Dynabeads Epithelial Enrich from Dynal Biotech

Description: The product contains 5 ml Dynabeads® (4.5 μm) coated with the monoclonal BerEP4 against the human epithelial antigen, EpCAM (epithelial cell adhesion molecule). Also available in 40 samples of 2 x 10e7 MNC in 1 ml volume (contains 1 ml Dynabeads®, Cat.No 161.01)...
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DETACHaBEAD Mouse CD4 from Dynal Biotech

Description: The product contains 5 ml of DETACHaBEAD Mouse CD4, polyclonal Sheep anti-Mouse Fab to release mouse CD4+ T cells from Dynabeads Mouse CD4 (L3T4). Detach positively isolated mosue CD4+ T cells from Dynabeads Mouse CD4 using DETACHaBEAD Mouse CD4. The isolated cells are suitable for any downstream ...
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DETACHaBEAD CD19 from Dynal Biotech

Description: The product contains 5 ml of DETACHaBEAD 19 polyclonal anti-Fab to release cells from Dynabeads CD19 (Pan B). B cells isolated with Dynabeads CD19 (Pan B) and released with DETACHaBEAD CD19 are viable and phenotypically unaltered. Cells are suitable for applications such as culturing studies and f...
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DETACHaBEAD Mouse CD4 from Dynal Biotech

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Dynabeads M-450 Epoxy from Dynal Biotech

Description: The product contains 10 ml Dynabeads Epoxy (4.5 m). Supplied at 4 x 10 8 beads/ml...
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Dynabeads M-450 Tosylactivated from Dynal Biotech

Description: The product contains 5 ml Dynabeads Tosylactivated (4.5 m). Hydrophobic naked beads with p-toluenesulphonyl (tosyl) reactive groups. For coupling of antibodies for cell applications. Proteins are absorbed hydrophobically on initial coupling with covalent binding of primary amine groups (NH 2 and ...
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Dynabeads Mouse Pan B (B220) from Dynal Biotech

Description: 5 ml Dynabeads Mouse pan B (B220), 4.5 m, coated with anti-B220 monoclonal antibody. For the efficient positive isolation or depletion of mouse B cells directly from spleen or lymph node cell suspensions. B220 antigen is expressed on mouse B cells and lytically active subsets of lymphokine activate...
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Dynabeads M-280 Tosylactivated from Dynal Biotech

Description: Ideal for isolation and affinity purification of small components such as proteins and peptides. Hydrophobic, monodisperse magnetic particles (2.8 m in diameter) with p-toluene-sulfonyl (tosyl) groups, further surface activation is not required. Allows easy coupling of antibodies with optimal orien...
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Dynabeads M-450 Epoxy from Dynal Biotech

Description: The product contains 2 ml Dynabeads® Epoxy (4.5 μm). Supplied at 4 x 10e8 beads/ml...
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Dynabeads M-450 Epoxy from Dynal Biotech

Description: The product contains 5 ml Dynabeads Epoxy (4.5 m). Hydrophobic naked beads with glycidyl ether (epoxy) reactive groups. Ideal for coupling of antibodies for cell applications. Proteins are absorbed hydrophobically on initial coupling with covalent binding of primary amine groups (NH 2 and sulphyd...
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