Compendium of Drugs Commonly Used in Cell Biology Research
Over 80 drugs that are used for analysis of cell structure and function are listed by function together with recent references. This is followed by an alphabetical listing for each drug that includes a description of the drug's function, solubility information, stock and working concentrations, storage conditions, and incubation periods.
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