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Peptides  >  CEF Control Peptides  >>  CEF Control Peptide Pool

Product Name CEF Control Peptide Pool
Size 8 mg
Catalog # AS-61036-025
US$ $665

This product contains 0.25 mg of the 32 CEF peptides for a total of 8 mg in one vial. Used in the stimulation of IFNγ release from CD8+ T cells in individuals with defined HLA types, these epitopes are useful in applications such as ELISPOT, intracellular cytokine and CTL assays.

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Storage -20°C
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