Dulbecco's PBS

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Cat.No. 3156 - Dulbecco's PBS
Description: Buffered saline used in mammalian cell culture
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Buffered saline used in mammalian cell culture.

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Storage Store at RT
Composition NaCl (137 nM), KCl (2.7 mM), Phosphates (10 mM). Does not contain Calcium or Magnesium. Sterile solution.

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