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Precipitation in TransfeX Transfection Reagent

Is precipitation normal in TransfeX Transfection reagent, ACS-4005?

Occasionally a precipitate may form in the TransfeX transfection reagent (ACS-4005). Cold temperatures may cause the lipid to precipitate out. To get the precipitate back into solution, simply warm the tube at 37oC for a few seconds.
Date Created08/01/2019 08:38 AM
Date Updated08/01/2019 10:35 AM

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