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Ham's F10

Developed for low density (clonal) growth of CHO cells.Storage = 2ºC to 8ºC12-618 = with L-glutamineBE02-014 = with UltraGlutamine I, without thymidine

Ham's F12

Ham's F12 Medium is a nutrient mixture designed to cultivate a wide variety of mammalian and hybridoma cells (including low density (clonal) growth of CHO cells) when used with serum in combination with hormones and transferrin.

L-15 (Leibovitz) 2X

L-15 (Leibovitz) Medium was developed (1963) for fast growing tumor cells and was formulated for use without CO2 enriched atmosphere. Its unique features include: free base forms of arginine, cysteine and histidine; high concentration of...

Iscove's Modified Dulbecco's Medium

Iscove's Modified Dulbecco's Medium (IMDM) is a modified DME containing high glucose (4,500 mg/L), sodium pyruvate, additional amino acids, HEPES buffer (in liquid form), selenium and other components. IMDM is suitable for fast growing cells and can...

McCoy's 5A Medium

McCoy's 5A Medium was developed in 1956 to be formulated for the nutritional requirements of Walker 256 carcinoma. Its unique components include asparagine, 3X normal glucose, amino acids (all Lisomers) and increased folic acid. It is a general...

L-15 (Leibovitz)

L-15 (Leibovitz) Medium was developed (1963) for fast growing tumor cells and was formulated for use without CO2 enriched atmosphere. Its unique features include: free base forms of arginine, cysteine and histidine; high concentration of...

Minimal Essenial Medium - Eagle

MEM Eagle (also called EMEM) was developed in 1959 for cultivation of HeLa and L cells. Amino acid concentrations conform closely to the protein composition of human cells. Higher concentrations of nutrients permit longer periods between feedings....

Renal Epithelial Cell Growth Medium

REGM BulletKit is formulated to maintain and expand most renal epithelial cells.

Medium 199

Medium 199 was developed in 1950 and was formulated for nutritional studies on chick embryo muscle fibroblasts. Its unique components include purines (adenine, guanine, xanthine, hypoxanthine), pyrimdines (thymine, uracil) and fat soluble compounds....

NCTC-109

NCTC-109 was developed in 1956 as a protein free medium for L-929 mouse cells. Its unique components include Tween® 80, nucleic acid derivations, additional vitamins, co-enzymes (DPN, CoA, TPN, FAD, UTP, TPP) and reducing agents such as glutathione,...
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