Recombinant human CD14

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recombinant human CD14

purified by affinity chromatography

10 µg


recombinant human CD14 (appr. 1 mg/ml) in serum free culture supernatant of CHO transfectants

100 µg


control supernatant of vector transfected CHO cells

100 µg


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