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SSPE Hybridization Solution 6X

 

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SSPE Hybridization Solution

SSPE solution is used for the hybridization of probes to nucleic acids

Technical Information:

  • SSPE (6X)
  • Blotto (5%)

Catalog No.:10750027-1 ( 700836 )
Size:100 mL
Brand Name:bioPLUS
Storage:RT

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