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Rat Type I Collagen Detection Kit

Product Name Rat Type I Collagen Detection Kit
Catalog Number 6013
Quantity 1 Kit
Price (USD) $440.00

Protocols Rat Type I Collagen Detection Kit


Pre-coated: No

Standard Range: 5 µg/ml to 0.08 µg/ml

Working Time (may vary): 5.5 Hours

Sample Type(s): Culture Media & Solubilized Collagen

Read At: 490 nm


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