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Hepatocyte Plating Medium (MP)

Hepatic media for the plating of fresh and cryopreserved, human and animal, primary hepatocytes. The medium consists of a basal Medium with a supplement.MP100: Hepatocyte Plating Medium w/Supplement (MP100-1 + MP100-2), 100mlMP250: : Hepatocyte...

Human Stellate Cell Growth Media

MCST250 is a medium optimized for the culture of human hepatic stellate cells. Storage = - 20 ºC (shelf life is 6 month from date of manufacture)Storage = 2ºC to 8ºC (shelf life is 4 weeks after thawing)

Dental Pulp Stem Cell Media BulletKit

Dental Pulp Stem Cell Media Bulletkit was developped to Dental Pulp derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells without inducing differentiation. 

eCHO™ Medium and Feed

eCHO™ Basal Medium and Feed is a chemically defined, hydrolysate-free, serum-free, and non-animal origin medium for supporting high-density CHO cells in suspension.Improved cell growth and protein yield are achieved when adding the...

Small Airway Epithelial Cell Growth Medium

Airway cell media are serum-free media that have been optimized for the proliferation of airway cells.The SAGM BulletKit™ was specifically developed to provide superior growth for Human Small Airway Epithelial Cells

RPMI-1640

RPMI-1640 medium was developed by Moore et al., at Roswell Park Memorial Institute, hence the acronym RPMI. The formulation is based on the RPMI-1630 series of media utilizing a bicarbonate buffering system and alterations in the amounts of amino...

Amniochrome™ II

This medium has been discontinued effective September 2019.Amniochrome™ is highly specialized media for growing Amniocytes for karyotyping purposes.Amniochrome™ II Modified Complete Medium System has been developed for the culture of human amniotic...

Keratinocyte Growth Medium

Our first media specialised for growing keratinocytes.Now superceded by KGM-Gold

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...
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