F0465-BC | Iscoveʹs Liquid Medium without L-glutamine

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      OverviewIscove′s medium is a modification of DMEM using high glucose (4500 mg/l). It contains sodium pyruvate and additional vitamins, amino acids and selenium. Iscove's medium was originally designed for the serum-free growth of primary hemopoietic cells when supplemented with albumine, transferrin and soy bean lipids. When used in conjunction with serum, Iscove′s supports growth of a broad spectrum of mammalian cells (lymphcytes, hybridomas and bone marrow).

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      Sterility: Pass
      BHK 21 Cell Proliferation Test: Pass
      BHK 21 Cell Cloning Efficicency Test: Pass
      pH: 7.2-7.6
      Osmolality: 0.28-0.31 Osm/kg H20
      Color: Red
      Appearance: Clear

      Catalogue NumberF0465-BC
      Brand Family Calbiochem®
      References
      ReferencesN. and F. Melchers. 1978. J. Exp Med. 147, 923.
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      Ship Code Blue Ice Only
      Storage +2°C to +8°C
      Do not freeze Ok to freeze
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      N. and F. Melchers. 1978. J. Exp Med. 147, 923.