Retinoic Acid - RA receptor agonist, 500 mg

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Związki drobnocząsteczkowe do badań nad komórkami macierzystymi.Nazwa: Retinoic Acid Ścieżka/cel działania: RA receptor agonist Aplikacja:Diabetes, Neural Research Wielkość opakowania: 500 mgUwaga: minimalna wielkość zamówienia to 5 opakowań związków drobnocząsteczkowych. Zamówienie może obejmować różne produkty z tej kategorii.
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