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AppliChem GmbH

Ottoweg 4
D - 64291 Darmstadt
Germany

Phone: int. +49 (0) 6151/9357-0
Fax: int. +49 (0) 6151/9357-11

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AppliChem manufactures enzyme substrates and inhibitors, stains, detergents, cell culture powder media, tailormade solutions and mixtures and many more products for molecular biology, microbiology, biochemistry and cell biology. Now available: Transfer membranes for all blotting techniques, DNA and protein size standards for gel electrophoresis, lyophilized size marker with an increased stability, gel filtration columns and plates, immunoassay buffer for reduced background, bioconfident grade cytokines (produced in plants), DNA isolation kits. AppliChem is the official distributor for GE Osmonics Lab Products in Germany Austria and Switzerland.

AppliChem is THE supplier of nucleic acid decontamination reagents: DNA-ExitusPlusTM and Autoclave-ExitusPlusTM destroy nucleic acids without destroying your equipment.



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Last update of this entry: August 25, 2011

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