Invitrogen™

Nuclease-Free Water (not DEPC-Treated)

Catalog number: AM9930
Invitrogen™

Nuclease-Free Water (not DEPC-Treated)

Catalog number: AM9930
Catalog Number
AM9930
Unit Size
1 x 500 mL
Price (USD)
72.00
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1 x 1,000 ml
Price (USD)
95.25
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4 x 1,000 mL
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199.00
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10 x 50 mL
Price (USD)
122.00
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1 x 100 mL
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37.67
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5 x 100 mL
Price (USD)
113.00
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AM99301 x 500 mL
72.00
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AM99321 x 1,000 ml
95.25
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43879364 x 1,000 mL
199.00
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AM993710 x 50 mL
122.00
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AM99381 x 100 mL
37.67
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AM99395 x 100 mL
113.00
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Nuclease-free Water (not DEPC-treated) has been deionized, filtered into the final bottle, and autoclaved. It is ready to use and requires no preparation, mixing, or autoclaving. This nuclease-free water is rigorously tested for contaminating nonspecific endonuclease, exonuclease, and RNase activity.

Using Nuclease-free Water
Because this water is not DEPC-treated, it is recommended for applications for which residual DEPC might prove detrimental (e.g., oocyte microinjection).
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Specifications

Format
Bottle(s)
Product Line
Ambion™
Purification Method
Autoclaved, Membrane-Filtered
Shipping Condition
Room Temperature
Grade
DNase-Free, Molecular Biology Grade, RNase-Free
Sample Treatment
Not DEPC-Treated
Quantity
1 x 500mL

Contents & Storage

Store at room temperature.

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