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Michel's Transport Wash Buffer from ScyTek Laboratories

ProductsMichel's Transport Wash Buffer from ScyTek Laboratories
Company ScyTek Laboratories
Item Michel's Transport Wash Buffer
Price $54.00
Description This reagent is intended for use as a wash buffer for Michels Transport Fluid (cat.# MTF). Michels Transport Fluid is useful for transportation of specimens (such as renal biopsies and lymph nodes) for immunofluorescence studies. Samples may remain in Transport Fluid for up to 5 days at room temperature. Michels Transport Fluid is not a fixative and is not suitable for transporting live cells for flow cytometry. Prior to processing, specimens should be washed in 3 changes of Michels Transport Wash Buffer for 10 minutes each.
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