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dNTP Mixture 2.5mM Each

 

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This dNTP Mixture is used for routine PCR amplifications. It contains 2.5mM each of dATP, dGTP, dCTP, and dTTP. Each solution in this dNTP mixture is of Ultra Pure Grade quality to ensure consistency of experiments and high yield. 


Catalog No.:11170038-1
Size:1 mL
Brand Name:bioPLUS
Hazmat Shipping:Non-hazardous
Shelf life:1 year
Storage:-20°C
Appearance Form:Liquid
Appearance Color:Colorless

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