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Passive Lysis Buffer for Promega Dual Luc assay

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Default Passive Lysis Buffer for Promega Dual Luc assay



Hi there,

I am just wondering if there is anyone trying to use alternative lysis buffer for the Promega Dual Luc assay?
It always run out before others.
Suggestions?

Thanks

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