Opti-Klear™ Live Cell Imaging Buffer

Product ID: M1919

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60mL/1X concentrate
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HEPES based imaging buffer formulated to lower background fluorescence, maintain proper pH and osmolarity for hours at 37°, provide an energy source and preserve fluorescent signals. Shipped as 1X sterile filtered solution.

An ideal substitute for growth media for all extended live cell imaging sessions.

Technical Data
SKU M1919
Unit Size 60mL/1X concentrate
Storage Conditions 2-8C, Protect From Light

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