Sodium dodecyl sulfate solution

for molecular biology, 10% in 18 megohm water

Sodium lauryl sulfate solution, Lauryl sulfate sodium salt, SDS
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for molecular biology


0.2 μm filtered


10% in 18 megohm water

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DNase, RNase and NICKase, none detected

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Useful in nucleic acid hybridization.


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NONH for all modes of transport

WGK Germany


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