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Lysing Solution 10X Concentrate

Lysing Solution 10X Concentrate

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Description

BD FACS™ lysing solution is intended for lysing red blood cells following direct immunofluorescence staining of human peripheral blood cells with monoclonal antibodies prior to flow cytometric analysis.

BD FACS lysing solution is appropriate for use with reagents such as BD Tritest™ or BD Simultest™ reagents and a suitably equipped flow cytometer. It may be used in both lyse/wash and lyse/no-wash procedures.


BD FACS™ lysing solution is intended for lysing red blood cells following direct immunofluorescence staining of human peripheral blood cells with monoclonal antibodies prior to flow cytometric analysis.

BD FACS lysing solution is appropriate for use with reagents such as BD Tritest™ or BD Simultest™ reagents and a suitably equipped flow cytometer. It may be used in both lyse/wash and lyse/no-wash procedures.

BD FACS™
Human
Buffered solution with <15% formaldehyde and <50% diethylene glycol.
CE_IVD
Flow cytometry


Preparation And Storage

BD FACS lysing solution (10X) is stable until the expiration date shown on the bottle label when stored as directed. Do not use this reagent if discoloration occurs or a precipitate forms.

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