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Mycoplasma Detection Kits

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Rapid real-time PCR test kits for the detection of mycoplasma contaminations in cell culture media, mammalian cell cultures and cell culture supernatants, or cell-culture derived biologicals for lot release. The first member of the productline qPCR kit for mycoplasma detection, the Microsart AMP Mycoplasma, is a fully validated kit according to EP 2.6.7 for up to 18 ml sample volume. The kit contains all essential components in a function tested ready-to-use master mix including the polymerase.

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Sartorius
Weender Landstrasse 94-108 D-37075 Goettingen, Germany

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