Gibco™

HepaRG™ Maintenance/Metabolism Medium Supplement (5X)

Catalog number: HPRG720
Gibco™

HepaRG™ Maintenance/Metabolism Medium Supplement (5X)

Catalog number: HPRG720
Catalog Number
HPRG720
Unit Size
1 bottle
Price (USD)
310.00
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HepaRG™ Maintenance/Metabolism Medium Supplement (5x) is a specialized media supplement for use in culturing HepaRG™ cells. HepaRG™ Maintenance/Metabolism Medium Supplement (5x) is specifically used for multiple day growth of HepaRG™ cells.
• Easy media preparation, just thaw, mix, and use
• Reproducible, and biologically relevant results with HepaRG™ cells

Media Preparation
Working media is prepared by the addition of thawed HepaRG™ Maintenance/Metabolism Medium Supplement (5x) to 500 ml of William’s Medium E (A1217601 or 12551032) and 5 ml of GlutaMAX™-I (35050061). The simple two-step process helps reduce contamination opportunities.

Simplified, Relevant and Reproducible Studies
HepaRG™ cells exhibit many characteristics of primary human hepatocytes and are essentially a single donor. These features allow users to obtain physiological relevant results for metabolism-based drug-drug interactions without the concern of donor variability and limited lot sizes that come with relying on donor tissue. (Note: The cells we provide are terminally differentiated).

HepaRG™ is a trademark of BioPredic International.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Specifications

Solution Type
Media
Source
Human
Serum Level
Standard Serum
Product Type
Supplement
Sterility
Sterile
Purity or Quality Grade
Research Grade, Cell Culture Grade
Shipping Condition
Dry Ice
Tested For
Sterility Testing (Bacteria & Fungi)
Volume (Metric)
79 ml
Product Line
Gibco™
Form
Frozen
Glutamine
No Glutamine
Cell Type
HepaRG™ Cells

Contents & Storage

Supplement should be stored at -20°C

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