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AbVideo™ - Aliquoting and Preparation of Serum before Usage

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  • Publish: 2011/5/31
  • Time: 2:22

by Abnova  

This is recommended to creat aliquots of serum when only small volumes are used at a time. This video shows you how to thaw the serum, aliquot into the 50ml tubes and refreeze.


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