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Polypep® Low Viscosity

histochemical stabilizer

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Polypep® Low Viscosity histochemical stabilizer


Polypep® Low Viscosity



Low Temperature Viscosity Standard



Low Temperature Viscosity Standard

General description

A proprietary protein digest that provides increased stablization of tissue sections in histochemical studies.


Polypep® Low Viscosity has been used as a component of substrate incubation medium to act as a section stabilizer. It has also been used for enzyme cytochemistry.

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Polypep is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

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11 - Combustible Solids




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Eyeshields, Gloves, type N95 (US)

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