Lonza Specialty Media
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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)
This medium has been discontinued effective September 2019.Amniochrome™ is highly specialized media for growing Amniocytes for karyotyping purposes.Amniochrome™ Plus is a complete ready-to-use medium for the primary culture of amniotic fluid and...
Dental Pulp Stem Cell Media BulletKit
Dental Pulp Stem Cell Media Bulletkit was developped to Dental Pulp derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells without inducing differentiation.
Mesenchymal Stem Cell Growth Medium
MSCGM was developed for growing large numbers of mesenchymal stem cells without inducing diferentiation.
Human Mesenchymal Stem Cell Chondrogenic Differentiation Medium
Medium for differentiating human MSCs into chondrocytes.TGF-beta 3 (PT-4124) is required as a growth factor for this medium.
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...
Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells Osteogenic Differentiation Medium
Media for differentiating MSC into osteoblasts
Human Mesenchymal Stem Cell Adipogenic Differentiation Media
Media for the differentiation of hMSC cells into adipocytes.This kit consists of two media:hMSC Adipogenic Induction Medium (consisting of basal medium (PT-3102B) and Singlequots (PT-4135)hMSC Adipogenic Maintenance Medium (consisting...
Amniochrome™ Pro is a highly specialized media for growing Amniocytes for karyotyping purposes.Complete ready-to-use medium for the primary culture of amniotic fluid and chorionic villi cells used in cytogenetic applications. Contains the necessary...
Basal Medium Eagle (BME)
Basal Medium Eagle is a minimal medium suitable for a variety of cell types. It is the historical precursor to Minimal Essential Medium (MEM) and was was formulated in 1955 for nutritional requirements of HeLa and mouse L cells. BME...
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