Edvotek 273 Radial Immunodiffusion, For 10 Quantifications 6 Rea

Edvotek 273 Radial Immunodiffusion, For 10 Quantifications 6 Rea

Edvotek 273 Radial Immunodiffusion, For 10 Quantifications 6 Rea

Edvotek 273 Radial Immunodiffusion, For 10 Quantifications 6 Rea:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! Ok... for how it is supposed to be used.The instructions are clear and useful. It is for a science teacher in an advanced high school or college. The goodies (antisera and antigen) have to be ordered through the company after you get the kit. If you are doing you own testing of a radial immunodiffusion,with your own antigen and antisera, the kit is all ready. It does need some other minor equipment (distilled water, precision weighing and measuring), but not things even a poorly equipped high school lab would lack.HOWEVER, its enough for about 6 run throughs. That isn't much if everyone gets their own equipment, and no room for error ! Its a bit pricey.Ok... the fun part. It's slightly pricey, but, its quite good for materials for advanced cooking. It has agar, mixing plates, agar buffer, and many, many disposable pippette tips. You can mix up your own plating sauces in the small eppendorf tubes and plate them with the pippettes. Also, the agar is enough for one spectacular dinner entree/cocktail such as a wine jelly/foam. It is a bit pricey and is not certified for human consumption... frankly I used the leftovers from finding out that I didn't have a new radial immunodiffusion methodology.max 80% off,trust,max 47% offEdvotek 273 Radial Immunodiffusion, For 10 Quantifications 6 Rea
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  • Kit includes: instructions, antigen and antibody, petri plates, pipets, well cutters, agarose, buffer, microtest tubes
  • All you need: automatic micropipets with tips, waterbath, microwave or hot plate, incubation oven, laboratory glassware, pipet pumps or bulbs, rulers, paper towels, distilled water
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Radial immunodiffusion quantitatively determines the level of an antigen. Antibody is incorporated into liquefied agar and allowed to gel. The antigen is added to small wells and radiates throughout the antibody-containing medium, leaving a precipitate throughout the gel. The amount of amount of diffusion is quantified. Kit includes: instructions, antigen and antibody, petri plates, pipets, well cutters, agarose, buffer, microtest tubes. All you need: automatic micropipets with tips, waterbath, microwave or hot plate, incubation oven, laboratory glassware, pipet pumps or bulbs, rulers, paper towels, distilled water.

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Edvotek 273 Radial Immunodiffusion, For 10 Quantifications 6 Rea

Edvotek 273 Radial Immunodiffusion, For 10 Quantifications 6 Rea:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! Ok... for how it is supposed to be used.The instructions are clear and useful. It is for a science teacher in an advanced high school or college. The goodies (antisera and antigen) have to be ordered through the company after you get the kit. If you are doing you own testing of a radial immunodiffusion,with your own antigen and antisera, the kit is all ready. It does need some other minor equipment (distilled water, precision weighing and measuring), but not things even a poorly equipped high school lab would lack.HOWEVER, its enough for about 6 run throughs. That isn't much if everyone gets their own equipment, and no room for error ! Its a bit pricey.Ok... the fun part. It's slightly pricey, but, its quite good for materials for advanced cooking. It has agar, mixing plates, agar buffer, and many, many disposable pippette tips. You can mix up your own plating sauces in the small eppendorf tubes and plate them with the pippettes. Also, the agar is enough for one spectacular dinner entree/cocktail such as a wine jelly/foam. It is a bit pricey and is not certified for human consumption... frankly I used the leftovers from finding out that I didn't have a new radial immunodiffusion methodology.max 80% off,trust,max 47% offEdvotek 273 Radial Immunodiffusion, For 10 Quantifications 6 Rea