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Ether, Methane, and chlorophorm, are the only options i have to dissolve powder form antioxidants which will then be used to supplement macrophages. I know two of the three will kill the macrophages, but will the ether? If so is there any thing else i can use. I am studying the effects of antioxidants on macrophage activity. I will be measuring levels of IL-6, TNF- alfa, and iNOS. I can't go on untill i figure this out first.
Re: Will ether harm RAW 264.7 macrophages?
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