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Phosphate buffered saline (PBS) tablets.
Dissolve 1 tablet into 100ml of water. This will produce 100ml of PBS solution containing: Sodium chloride (137mM), Potassium chloride (2.7mM), Phosphate buffer (11.9mM).
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