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Crack-Free Gel Drying Solution


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Crack-Free Gel Drying Solution is a smooth gel that regulates the water release from the gel to ensure a crack free gel of up to 20% polyacrylamide. Crack-Free Gel Drying Solution is useful for flurography, densitometry, autoradiography, and storage. The contents of the Crack-Free Gel Drying Solution will dry 20 midi gels. Gel can be native or denatured.

Catalog No.:10550019-1 ( 409503 )
Size:500 mL
Brand Name:bioPLUS


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