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Human ChIP-seq grade Myoglobin Exon 2 primer pair

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C17011006-50
(pp-1006-050)
50 µl
$36.00
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This primer pair specifically amplifies a genomic region from exon 2 of the human myoglobin gene. These Primers are thoroughly tested and optimized for routine SYBR® Green Real-Time qPCR assay following ChIP and for ChIP-sequencing library validation (e.g. before and after ChIP-seq library preparation).

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