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Detergent Kit

 

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Detergent Kit

Six detergents with different properties for solubilization of your membrane proteins.

Specifications:

  • Contents: 10 g CAPS, 10 g CHES, 5 g deoxycholic acid, 0.5 g CHAPS, 0.5 g CHAPSO, and 0.5 g N-octyl-beta-glucopyranoside.

  • Catalog No.:40430008-1 ( 730034 )
    Size:1 Kit
    Brand Name:bioPLUS™
    Hazmat Shipping:Non-hazardous
    Shelf life:2 years
    Storage:RT

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