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Apollo Scientific Ltd

Whitefield Road
Bredbury
United Kingdom

Phone: 44 (0)161 406 0505
Fax: 44 (0)161 406 0506

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Description:

Established in 1993, Apollo Scientific is now able to provide an impressive, diverse, and rapidly expanding range of biochemical compounds to the life sciences industry.We cater for a wide variety of requirements ranging from routine demand for antibiotics and buffers through to more specialised items for proteomics, molecular biology and stem cell studies.In addition to our very competitively priced range of biochemical reagents, we now list a large number of recombinant proteins, antibodies, enzymes and growth factors. We also offer a range of animal media and sera to assist your studies. The majority of items listed in our catalogue are available from stock for same day dispatch and we frequently run promotions on our most popular products.Our quality and manufacturing procedures meet the highest standards and our products are used worldwide for both manufacturing and R&D. We pride ourselves on our flexible approach to business and provide an efficient and friendly service.

 



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Last update of this entry: July 15, 2011

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