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LB30

Latex beads, polystyrene

3.0 μm mean particle size

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aqueous suspension

composition

Solids, 10%

mean particle size

3.0 μm

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Latex beads, polystyrene

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Latex beads, polystyrene

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LB8

Latex beads, polystyrene

composition

Solids, 10%

composition

Solids, 10%

composition

Solids, 10%

composition

Solids, 10%

mean particle size

3.0 μm

mean particle size

0.46 μm

mean particle size

0.1 μm

mean particle size

0.8 μm

General description

Latex beads are utilized in applications including electron microscopy and cell counter calibration, antibody-mediated agglutination diagnostics, phagocytosis experiments, and many others. The most popular use of latex beads is, particularly in latex agglutination tests. This method allows the detection of minute amounts of antigens or antibodies in serum, urine, and cerebrospinal fluids. It is also used in phagocytosis research. The beads are supplied as aqueous suspensions and are composed mainly of polymer particles (30%) and water, (>69.0%) with small amounts of surfactant, (0.1–0.5%) sodium bicarbonate, and potassium sulfate (inorganic salts – 0.2%). This product is for R&D use only, not for drug, household, or other uses. For more information, please refer the Product Information Sheet.

Storage Class

12 - Non Combustible Liquids

wgk_germany

WGK 3

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Not applicable

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Not applicable


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