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Code No. 7625

Mouse IL-18 ELISA Kit

Price

¥90,000

Availability (in Japan)

10 or more

(In Japan at 00:05,
Sep 15, 2019 in JST)

Size

96 wells

Data

Components Microwells, Calibrator, Conjugate reagent, Conjugate diluent, Assay diluent, Wash concentrate, Substrate, Stop solution,
Intended use The Mouse IL-18 ELISA Kit is based on sandwich ELISA and is capable ofmeasuring human IL-18.
Storage temp. 4°C Manufacturer MBL
Sample Serum
Sensitivity 25.0 pg/mL
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Citations
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ELISA

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Product category
Research area
Immunology
Cytokine & Growth Factors
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