Gibco™

HepaRG™ Induction Medium Supplement (5X)

Catalog number: HPRG740
Gibco™

HepaRG™ Induction Medium Supplement (5X)

Catalog number: HPRG740
Catalog Number
HPRG740
Unit Size
1 bottle
Price (USD)
321.00
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HepaRG™ Induction Medium Supplement (5x) is a specialized media supplement for use in culturing HepaRG™ cells. HepaRG™ Induction Medium Supplement (5x) is specifically used for induction of metabolic activity in 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™ Induction 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

Research Category
Drug Metabolism
Serum Level
Standard Serum
Concentration
5 X
Product Type
Hepatocyte Supplement
Sterility
Sterile
Purity or Quality Grade
Research Grade, Cell Culture Grade
Shipping Condition
Dry Ice
Tested For
Sterility Testing (Bacteria & Fungi)
Volume (Metric)
19 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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