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Mitochondria Isolation Kit for Tissue and Cultured Cells from BioChain

ProductsMitochondria Isolation Kit for Tissue and Cultured Cells from BioChain
Company BioChain
Item Mitochondria Isolation Kit for Tissue and Cultured Cells
Price $205.00
Description Components in this kit are prepared with pure chemicals according to our proprietary technology. Biochains Mitochondria Isolation Kit is designed to isolating intact and active mitochondria in a fast and easy way. One kit is consisted of reagents enough for performing 100 isolations (enriching mitochondria from 10 20 g tissue or from 1x1010 5x1010 cells).
Info BioChainBioChain
BioChain Institute, Inc.
3517 Breakwater Avenue
Hayward, CA 94545 USA



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Customer Service: 510.783.8588
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