Polystyrene beads with Amine Groups (20 nm)


Catalog Number: B2013396 (1 ml)
Polystyrene beads with Amine Groups (20 nm) is a high quality 20 nm Polystyrene beads with Amine Groups. This product has been used as molecular tool for various biochemical applications. It has also been used in a wide array of other chemical and immunological applications. Custom bulk amounts of this product are available upon request.

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Polystyrene beads with Amine Groups (20 nm)
Catalog number: B2013396
Lot number: Batch Dependent
Expiration Date: Batch dependent
Amount: 1 ml
Molecular Weight or Concentration: N/A
Supplied as: Suspension
Applications: molecular tool for various biochemical applications
Storage: 2-8 °C
Keywords: Polystyrene beads Aminated
Grade: Biotechnology grade. All products are highly pure. All solutions are made with Type I ultrapure water (resistivity >18 MΩ-cm) and are filtered through 0.22 um.

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