β-Glucan (Barley; Low Viscosity)

High purity β-Glucan (Barley; Low Viscosity) for use in research, biochemical enzyme assays and in vitro diagnostic analysis.

Purity ~ 95%. Low viscosity β-Glucan from barley flour. Viscosity ~ 11 cSt.

β-Glucan (Barley; Low Viscosity)
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P-BGBL
5 grams
$329.00

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