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Cell Lysis Buffer

Buffer is optimized for lysis of mammalian cells and tissues for caspase activity assays.
Catalog #: 1067
SKU-Size Size Price Qty
1067-100 100 ml
1067-400 400 ml
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Product Details

Highlights • Easy- to-use lysis buffer
Storage Conditions 4°C
Shipping Conditions Gel Pack
USAGE For Research Use Only! Not For Use in Humans.


The Cell Lysis Buffer is optimized for lysis of mammalian cells and tissues for caspase activity assays. The buffer is intended to use as a supplemental reagent for researchers who need to lyse large amount of cells or tissues.

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