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Hyamine Hydroxide, 500mL

Hyamine Hydrozide 10-X is a quaternary ammonium hydroxide solution (1 M solution in methanol). It can be used to solubilize many biological tissues and as a 14CO2 trapping agent.

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Many radioactive biological samples measured by liquid scintillation counting techniques are not readily soluble in the commonly used solvents of liquid scintillation cocktails. Special solubilizers are required to obtain a homogeneous system for reproducible measurement of the radioactive sample.

Features:

  • Solubilizes many biological tissues
  • Resistant to chemiluminescence
  • Recommended 14CO2 trapping agent for helicobacter pylori and urea """"breath"""" test studies
  • Compatible with Emulsifier-Safe and Insta-Gel Plus
*Hyamine is a registered trademark of Lonza.

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Product Brand Name Hyamine
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Unit Size 500 mL
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Radiometric Reagents Guide 2010-2011

For over 50 years PerkinElmer has been a leading supplier of radiochemicals, liquid scintillation cocktails, vials and nuclear counting detection instruments. Today is no different. We have always been committed to providing you products for all of your radiometric needs and we are still committed today.

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Scintillation Cocktails & Consumables - For every liquid scintillation counting application

Address any liquid scintillation counting need with PerkinElmer’s liquid scintillation cocktails, tissue solubilizers and specialty chemicals. You can be confident that our products meet the highest standards of performance, user safety, environmental safety, and user convenience. Plus, our portfolio of application notes can assist you with even the most complex liquid scintillation counting applications you perform in your research.

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