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Code No. TS-5001-1C

T-Select H-2Kb OVA Tetramer-SIINFEKL-PE

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¥190,000

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10以上

(2019/11/14 17:00時点)

包装

50 tests

分類 Class I 生物種 Mouse
項目 OVA
標識 PE
免疫原(抗原) OVA
配列 SIINFEKL
MHC Allele H-2Kb
位置 257-264 保存温度 4°C メーカー MBL
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