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Keratinocyte Growth Medium

Our first media specialised for growing keratinocytes.Now superceded by KGM-Gold

Hepatocyte Maintenance Medium

HMM is a serum-free medium that may be used to maintain fresh plated human and animal hepatocytes in culture during testing.

Hematopoietic Progenitor Growth Medium

HPGM is a serum-free medium containing only human proteins that supports the proliferation of hematopoietic progenitor with the addition of cytokines.Please note: HPGM is being discontinued. In its place we recommend one of the X-Vivo Cell Culture...

Keratinocyte Growth Medium - Calcium-free

The original medium for growth of keratinocytes but without Calcium.

Williams' Medium E

In 1971, Williams et al. described a procedure for enriching isolated hepatocyte cultures for polygonal epithelial cells and reducing the number of contaminating fibroblasts. This method was a sequential plating technique based on the observation...

Schneider's Drosophila medium, modified

Schneider's Drosophila medium was originally developed (Schneider, I., J. Exp. Zool., 156 (1964)) for the culture of Drosophila cells (Drosophila S2 cells). It can also be used for the culture of other Dipteran cell lines.Storage = 2ºC to 8ºC

Keratinocyte Growth Medium 2

Supports proliferation of primary human keratinocytes in culture.Drives faster proliferation than the original KGM.Now superceded by KGM-Gold

TC 100 Insect Medium

A modification of Grace's Insect Medium developed by Drs. Gardiner and Stockdale, this medium optimizes the expression of baculovirus grown in cultured cells derived from the fall army worm, Spodoptera frugiperda. It is termed BML-TC/10,...

Keratinocyte Growth Medium 2, Calcium-free

A serum-free, calcium free keratinocyte growth medium

Grace's Insect Medium

Grace's Insect Medium was developed in 1962 and has been shown, with the addition of serum, to support the growth of insect cells, including Spodoptera frugiperda. Unsupplemented Grace's Insect Culture Medium is ideal for transfection because it...
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