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TRITC dextran 500 (TD500)

TRITC dextran 500 (TD500)

Supplied as a red powder which is readily soluble in water and electrolytes.

801 SEK
Fact Value
Catalog no. TD500
Availability In stock
Mol.wt 400000-600000
Degree of substitution 0.001-0.008
Excitation 550 nm
Emission 571 nm