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Normal Human Serum-Single Donor from Innovative Research

ProductsNormal Human Serum-Single Donor from Innovative Research
Company Innovative Research
Item Normal Human Serum-Single Donor
Price $95.00
Description Normal Human Serum-Single Donor • Human serum is obtained from normal human donors who are found to be negative by a test for Human Immunodeficiency Virus Antigen (s) (HIV-1Ag), Antibodies to Human Immunodeficiency Virus (Anti-HIV 1/2), Hepatitis C Virus (HCV), and Nonreactive for Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HbsAg) and Non-reactive by a screening test for syphilis. Serum is collected from a single donor.

Available Anticoagulants:
  • N-02: Citrate
  • N-03: Alsevers
  • N-04: Heparin (Na)
  • N-05: ACD
  • N-06: K2EDTA
  • N-07: CPD
  • N-08: K3EDTA
  • N-09: EDTA (Na)
  • N-10: Heparin (K)
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