Matrix Dissociation Buffer (EDTA-based), Sterile-Filtered, Molecular Grade

Catalog number
M1090-100
Name
Matrix Dissociation Buffer (EDTA-based), Sterile-Filtered, Molecular Grade
Size
100 ml
Price
254.00 EUR
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Matrix Dissociation Buffer (EDTA-based), Sterile-Filtered, Molecular Grade
Packaging
EA
Storage Temp.
Room Temperature
Shipping
Room Temperature
Shelf Life
12 months
Category
Matrix Dissociation Buffer (EDTA-based), Sterile-Filtered, Molecular Grade
Description
Buffering solutions are useful to keep the pH range sable when using this reagent of Biovision.This 1 has passed a sterilization (or sterilization) by filtration or inactivation that has eliminated (removed) or killed (deactivated) all forms of DNA, RNA and enzymes. Also life and other biological agents (such as viruses which some do not consider to be alive but are biological pathogens nonetheless), excluding prions which cannot be killed, including transmissible agents (such as fungi, bacteria, viruses, prions, spore forms, unicellular eukaryotic organisms such as Plasmodium, etc.) present in a specified reagent or on a surface, a volume of fluid, or in a compound such as biological culture medias filtered. Sterilization was achieved with one or more of the following heat, chemicals, irradiation, high pressure, and filtration. Sterilization is distinct from disinfection, sanitization, and pasteurization in that sterilization kills, deactivates, or eliminates all forms of life and other biological agents.
Buffer
Plasmas are treated with K2, K3 or Na EDTA disodium chelator at pH8. The Ethylene-diamine-tetra acetic acid with Cas nr 60-00-4 is called Edetic acid. The chemical formula is C10H16N2O8. As anticoagulant GENTAUR also uses heparin and sodium citrate to produce plasmas.