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L-Series 182: Label-based Human Obesity Array 1-Membrane

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L Series 182: RayBio® Label-based Human Obesity Antibody Array I, for simultaneous detection of 182 Human Adipokines in 2 samples. Recommended for use with serum, plasma and cell-cultured media. Compatible with many bodily fluids and many cell or tissue Lysates.
Product L-Series 182: Label-based Human Obesity Array 1-Membrane
Company RayBiotech, Inc
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Catalog Number AAH-BLM-ADI-1-2
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