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MetaSystems Liquillizer™ Mucolytic Agent
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Liquillizer™ Mucolytic Reagent is ideal for fast, efficient, user friendly preparation of clinical sputum and other respiratory samples for microbiology or mycobacteriology testing.

Supplier:  MetaSystems P7510001IG

Catalog No. 22-200-370

This item has been discontinued by the manufacturer and is no longer available. Please call customer service for assistance: 1-800-766-7000.


Description

Description

  • Ready to Use, No Preparation or Mixing
  • Odorless and DTT Free
  • Room Temprature Storage
  • No Incubation, Centrifuging, or Sample Heating
  • 4 Week Open Container Shelf Life
Specifications

Specifications

Non-sterile
1 Ea.
125 mL
Diagnostic procedures and cultivation
Store and use at room temperature (15°C to 25°C)
Safety and Handling

Safety and Handling

ShelfLife : 4 weeks after opening

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Liquillizer™ is intended for the liquefaction of viscous respiratory specimens such as sputa, tracheal secretions, bronchial secretions or bronchoalveolar lavage. The mucolytic Dithiothreitol (DTT) -free buffer reduces specimen viscosity for easier sample handling while maintaining organism viability. No interference with molecular methods has been observed