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Keratinocyte Growth Medium Gold

Optimized for Normal Human Epidermal Keratinocytes in a serum-free environment.Provides a nutrient rich medium that provides normal physiological growth characteristics and population doubling times.KGM-Gold supports low, moderate, and high density...

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

Lymphocyte Growth Medium-3

LGM-3 is a serum-free medium for lymphocyte and dendritic cell growth

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.

Mammary Epithelial Cell Growth Medium

Serum-free media developed specifically for growth of mammary epithelial cells.Available in phenol red-free (basal media = CC3153) and sodium bicarbonate-free (basal media = CC-3152) versions.

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...

Melanocyte Growth Media-4

MGM-4 has been optimized for the growth and proliferation of normal human primary melanocytes in culture. This medium system has been shown to deliver superior results as compared to other existing commercial media systems. Melanocytes in...

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...

Mesangial Cell Growth Medium

MsGM™ BulletKit is specifically developed for cultivation of renal mesangial cells.

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...
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