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Acrylate PEG Succinimidyl Carboxymethyl Ester




≥ 90%


1g, 10g, 100g等(特殊包装需收取分装费用)


2000 Da,3500 Da, 5000 Da, 7500 Da等



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  •   键凯科技提供高品质丙烯酸酯聚乙二醇琥珀酰亚胺羧甲基酯,产品取代率>90%。


      键凯科技提供ACLT-PEG-SCM分子量2000 Da,3500 Da, 5000 Da, 7500 Da的产品1克和10克包装。





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