Gibco™

EpiLife™ CF Kit

Catalog number: MEPICF500
Gibco™

EpiLife™ CF Kit

Catalog number: MEPICF500
Catalog Number
MEPICF500
also known as M-EPICF-500
Unit Size
500 mL
Price (USD)
Price: 120.00
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MEPICF500
also known as M-EPICF-500
500 mL
Price: 120.00
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A sterile, liquid medium prepared without calcium chloride for the long-term, serum-free culture of human epidermal keratinocytes and human corneal epithelial cells. This basal medium requires the addition of calcium plus an appropriate supplement prior to use. Calcium chloride is provided as a separate component with each bottle of medium. EpiLife greatly extends the in vitro lifespan of human epidermal keratinocytes compared to other serum-free media systems. This basal media is animal origin free and contains essential and non-essential amino acids, vitamins, other organic compounds, trace minerals, and inorganic salts. It does not contain antibiotics, antimycotics, hormones, growth factors, or proteins. EpiLife® medium is HEPES and bicarbonate buffered, and is designed for use in an incubator with an atmosphere of 5% CO2 and 95% air.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Specifications

Cell Type
Keratinocyte Cells, Epithelial Cells
Classification
Animal Origin-free, Chemically-defined, Protein-free, Serum-free
Culture Type
Mammalian Cell Culture
Form
Liquid
Product Type
CF Kit
Serum Level
Serum-free
Sterility
Sterile-filtered
Sterilization Method
Sterile-filtered
With Additives
HEPES, Phenol Red
Without Additives
No Calcium Chloride
Green Features
Sustainable packaging
Product Line
Cascade Biologics™, EpiLife™

Contents & Storage

Store in refrigerator (2–8°C) and protect from light.

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