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Rexxip buffers

Product Description
> Save time in assay development

> Achieve top immunoassay performance
> Ensure sample enters and flows optimally through the CD
> Enhance binding between analyte and reagent
> Minimize non-specific binding

> Compatible with a variety of molecules with different analytical properties

> Rexxip ADA is compatible with acidic/neutralization buffers used in ADA analysis

Select the Rexxip buffer best suited to specific parameters such as application objective, type of analyte, assay format, sample origin and sample components.

Product Rexxip buffers
Company Gyros AB
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Gyros AB
Uppsala Science Park SE-751 83 Uppsala, Sweden

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