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When using our online Certificate of Analysis search tool, keep the following in mind:
If you cannot find the Certificate of Analysis you are looking for, please Contact Us.
The catalog number, SKU number, or product number is printed on your product label. See the sample label below for the location of this information.
The lot number or control number (one or the other, not both) is printed on your product label. See the sample label below for the location of this information.
Certificates of Analysis are associated not only with a product, but also with a specific lot of that product. For a given product, there may be several Certificates of Analysis, especially if it is an older product line and has had several lots produced over the years. Using the Certificate of Analysis search tool, you can enter the catalog number and lot/control number for the specific product you have on hand and download the exact Certificate of Analysis you need.
You can use the batch number in place of the lot/control number. Use the Certificate of Analysis search tool, entering the catalog number as usual and the batch number where the lot/control number would go.
Yes. While we do periodically remove Certificates of Analysis for site maintenance purposes, we typically keep them available well beyond a product's expiration date.
There are Certificates of Analysis that correspond to products that are either discontinued or simply not available on the website. In these situations, the Certificate of Analysis is available for download, but other product details, such as the product name, are not.
In this case, you have entered a valid catalog number and lot/control number and we have located the Certificate of Analysis. However, for some reason, the actual file itself is unavailable.
Please use the Request Form here or contact your local Bio-Rad Representative so that we can send you the Certificate of Analysis.
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