Absolute Mag™ Carboxyl Magnetic Particles, Fluorescent UV, 7.0-7.9 μm

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  • Published date: January 20, 2021
    • Shirley, New York, United States

Absolute Mag™ Carboxyl Magnetic Particles, Fluorescent UV, 7.0-7.9 μm (# WHM-S159) are prepared by either staining the polystyrene core of the particles with a solution of appropriate fluorophore or by polymerizing a fluorophore in styrene in the presence of polystyrene core particles. They can be covalently coupled to proteins or ligands and used as fluorescent tracers for cell surface markers in fluorescence microscopy and flow cytometry. https://www.cd-bioparticles.com/p/Absolute-Mag™-Carboxyl-Magnetic-Particles-Fluorescent-UV-7-0-7-9-μm_20_193_211_345.html

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