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Arthrogen-CIA® 5-Clone Cocktail Kit – 100 mg

Product Name Arthrogen-CIA® 5-Clone Cocktail Kit – 100 mg
Catalog Number 53100
Quantity 100 mg (*65 mice)
Price (USD) $6,500.00

Documentation 53100
References: CAIA
Protocols Mouse CAIA Protocol

Description

Arthrogen-CIA® arthritogenic monoclonal antibody 5 clones cocktail kit (100 mg, 10 mg/ml x 10 ml) + LPS

References

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