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Reacti-Bind Maleic Anhydride Activated Polystyrene 96-Well plates from Pierce Biotechnology, Inc.

ProductsReacti-Bind Maleic Anhydride Activated Polystyrene 96-Well plates from Pierce Biotechnology, Inc.
Company Pierce Biotechnology, Inc.
Item Reacti-Bind Maleic Anhydride Activated Polystyrene 96-Well plates
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Description Features
  • A direct, simple approach to covalently attach molecules to the well surface of an EIA plate
  • Maleic anhydride maintains its integrity and availability for coupling for months under dry, room temperature conditions
Open up new opportunities in ELISA development
Info Pierce Biotechnology, Inc.Pierce Biotechnology, Inc.
Pierce Biotechnology, Inc.
3747 N. Meridian Rd.
P.O. Box 117
Rockford, IL 61105
Customer Service: 815-968-0747
Fax Number: 815-968-8148
Web Site: http://www.piercenet.com/
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