CTS™ (Cell Therapy Systems) Synth-a-Freeze® medium is a chemically defined, protein-free liquid cryopreservation medium intended for freezing and storing a variety of mammalian cell types including stem cells. Synth-a-Freeze® CTS™ media is optimally formulated without antibiotics, antimycotics, hormones, growth factors, serum, or protein and buffered with HEPES and sodium bicarbonate.
Use for cryopreserving a variety of primary and stem cells
• Save time and effort with 4 degree stable storage of thawed media and compatibility with a variety freezing protocols
• Be ready for clinical research with this cGmP manufactured, chemically defined, protein-free formula
Cryopreserve a Variety of Cell Types
Cell Therapy Systems Synth-a-Freeze® CTS™ media performs comparable to our standard, serum-containing cryopreservation medium for cryopreserving a variety of cell types including human Embryonic Stem Cells, Neural Stem Cells (Ref 1), Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Keratinocytes (Ref 2). We do not recommend using Synth-a-Freeze® media for cryopreservation of human epidermal melanocytes.
Simple Incorporation into Your Current Freezing Protocol
Synth-a-Freeze® CTS™ media can be used with any standard freezing protocol. Just add thawed Cell Therapy Systems Synth-a-Freeze® CTS™ media to detached and pelleted cells, aliquot, and freeze. For optimal results, the use of a controlled-rate freezer is recommended.
Simplify Your Transition into Clinical Research
The Gibco® Cell Therapy Systems (CTS™) brand offers a broad array of products for use in cell therapy applications, including media, reagents, growth factors, enzymes, cell selection/expansion reagents, and devices. Gibco® Cell Therapy Systems (CTS™) products deliver:
• Reduced burden in qualifying reagents
• Included appropriate certificates of analyses and origin
• Convenient access to our Drug Master File (DMF)
For Research Use or Manufacturing of Cell, Gene, or Tissue-Based Products.
CAUTION: Not intended for direct administration into humans or animals
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For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.