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RAG2 PHD Domain, Recombinant
SKU: 15-0066
Type:  PHD Host:  E. coli Mol Wgt.:  43 kDa Epitope Tag:  GST RAG2 PHD Domain, Recombinant Description: RAG2 PHD Domain, Recombinant (V(D)J Recombination Activating Protein 2, accession...