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Mitochondria Isolation Kit

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• Specially formulated extraction reagents & proven procedure suitable for small scale isolation - Isolate an enriched, intact mitochodrial fraction in a microfuge tube.
• Produces functionally active, intact mitochondria - Resulting mitochondria are suitable for in vitro assays for apoptosis, oxidative stress or other studies.
• Includes stain & protocol for determining inner membrane integrity - Determine the integrity of the inner mitochondrial membrane without the need to purchase other reagents.
• Compatible with the Cytochrome c Oxidase Assay Kit - Allows easy determination of the integrity of the outer mitochondrial membrane
Product Mitochondria Isolation Kit
Company Sigma Aldrich
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Catalog Number MITOISO1-1KT
Quantity Sufficient for 10-20 g (animal tissue) or 50 assays (2 mL)
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Sigma Aldrich
Sigma-Aldrich 3050 Spruce St. St. Louis, MO 63103 US

Tel: 800-325-3010
Fax: 800-325-5052
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