MarkerGene™ 1X Flow Holding and Sorting Buffer for Non-Adherent Cells
Product ID: M1926
Shipped in amber Nalgene bottles to prevent ambient light-induced toxicity, the sterile filtered FLOW HOLDING AND SORTING BUFFERS will:
i) Improve cell viability
ii) Enhance and maintain fluorescent signals
iii) Reduce background
|Notes||Use M1925 and M1926 for non-adherent cells. Use M1927 and M1928 for adherent cells as they contain EDTA but no Calcium or Magnesium.|
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