Biocytin hydrazide hydrochloride
Product ID: M0128
Water-soluble, long-chained, biotin-containing hydrazide, used for the selective detection of glycoconjugates.
|Storage Conditions||-20C, Desiccated|
|Notes||Purity: > 95%|
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