Resp. Sens. 1 - Skin Sens. 1
10 - Combustible liquids
188.6 °F - closed cup
87 °C - closed cup
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Unfortunately, no. If you run the 100 mM L-(+)-Lactate standard (MAK064D) that comes with the kit, you should get good results. However, if you just use, for example, a solution of sodium L-(+)-lactate dissolved in water or buffer, you probably won't get good results. There are cofactors present in biological samples and in the L-(+)-Lactate standard that comes with the kit (which is not a pure solution of sodium L-(+)-Lactate in water or buffer). If such a "homemade" standard solution were to be spiked with a biological sample or the kit standard, the calculations would be more complicated, but the assay should work.
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