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Culture media for propagation of mammalian cells, viruses, and other biologicals. Citations & References

  • Authors: Jayme DW, Blackman KE
  • Journal: Adv Biotechnol Processes
  • PubMed ID: 2417609

Oxoid Culture Media product[JA] Product Literature

What aspects of cell culture media can be customized? Product FAQ

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The Gibco Media Configurator allows you to add, remove, and adjust the concentration of components. In addition, you can select from a range of packaging, QC tests, and either cGMP or non-cGMP manufacturing.

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Effects of resveratrol, granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor or dichloroacetic acid in the culture media on embryonic development and pregnancy rates in aged mice. Citations & References

  • Authors: Yoon J, Juhn KM, Jung EH, Park HJ, Yoon SH, Ko Y, Hur CY, Lim JH
  • Journal: Aging (Albany NY)
  • PubMed ID: 32028268

What are the benefits of the Gibco PE film? Product FAQ

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The commercially available film is a very clear, multi-layered, single web film with a polyethylene contact surface that can be made into a wide range of bag sizes (250 mL to 1,000L). In addition, the film is a market leader with exceptional gas barrier properties and very low extractable and leachable results. Click here to read more about the PE Film specifications (https://www.thermofisher.com/us/en/home/life-science/cell-culture/mammalian-cell-culture/classical-media/gibco-cell-culture-bags.html).

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Leptin treatment of in vitro cultured embryos increases outgrowth rate of inner cell mass during embryonic stem cell derivation. Citations & References

  • Authors: Taskin AC, Kocabay A, Ebrahimi A, Karahuseyinoglu S, Sahin GN, Ozcimen B, Ruacan A, Onder TT
  • Journal: In Vitro Cell Dev Biol Anim
  • PubMed ID: 31214928

NS21: Re-defined and modified supplement B27 for neuronal cultures. Citations & References

  • Authors: Chen Y, Stevens B, Chang J, Milbrandt J, Barres BA, Hell JW,
  • Journal: J Neurosci Methods
  • PubMed ID: 18471889

Optimized Nutrient Additives for Fed-Batch Cultures Citations & References

  • Authors: Stephen F. Gorfien, William Paul, David Judd, Lia Tescione, and David W. Jayme
  • Journal: BioPharm International
  • PubMed ID: 0

The supplementation of culture medium with protease improves the hatching rate of mouse embryos. Citations & References

  • Authors: Lee DR, Lee JE, Yoon HS, Lee HJ, Kim MK, Roh SI
  • Journal: Hum Reprod
  • PubMed ID: 9436692
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What is the difference between Advanced RPMI 1640 Medium and other RPMI 1640 formulations? Product FAQ

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Advanced Media are widely used basal media, which require 50-90% less Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS) supplementation compared to conventional basal media formulations. The Advanced media is unique due to the addition of the following ingredients to allow for serum reduction: ethanolamine, glutathione, ascorbic acid, insulin, transferrin, AlbuMAX I lipid-rich bovine serum albumin for cell culture, and the trace elements sodium selenite, ammonium metavanadate, cupric sulfate, and manganous chloride.

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What is the difference between Advanced DMEM Medium and other DMEM formulations? Product FAQ

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Advanced Media are widely used basal media, which require 50-90% less Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS) supplementation compared to conventional basal media formulations. The Advanced media is unique due to the addition of the following ingredients to allow for serum reduction: ethanolamine, glutathione, ascorbic acid, insulin, transferrin, AlbuMAX I lipid-rich bovine serum albumin for cell culture, and the trace elements sodium selenite, ammonium metavanadate, cupric sulfate, and manganous chloride.

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What is the difference between Advanced DMEM/F12 Medium and DMEM/F12 Medium? Product FAQ

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Advanced Media are widely used basal media, which require 50-90% less Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS) supplementation compared to conventional basal media formulations. The Advanced media is unique due to the addition of the following ingredients to allow for serum reduction: ethanolamine, glutathione, ascorbic acid, insulin, transferrin, AlbuMAX I lipid-rich bovine serum albumin for cell culture, and the trace elements sodium selenite, ammonium metavanadate, cupric sulfate, and manganous chloride.

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What is the difference between Advanced MEM Medium and other MEM formulations? Product FAQ

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Advanced Media are widely used basal media, which require 50-90% less Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS) supplementation compared to conventional basal media formulations. The Advanced media is unique due to the addition of the following ingredients to allow for serum reduction: ethanolamine, glutathione, ascorbic acid, insulin, transferrin, AlbuMAX I lipid-rich bovine serum albumin for cell culture, and the trace elements sodium selenite, ammonium metavanadate, cupric sulfate, and manganous chloride.

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Effect of thyroid hormone on the contractility of self-organized heart muscle Citations & References

  • Authors: Khait, L; Birla, RK
  • Journal: IN VITRO CELLULAR & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY-ANIMAL

Ex vivo T lymphocyte expansion for retroviral transduction: influence of serum-free media on variations in cell expansion rates and lymphocyte subset distribution. Citations & References

  • Authors: Carlens S, Gilljam M, Remberger M, Aschan J, Christensson B, Dilber MS,
  • Journal: Exp Hematol
  • PubMed ID: 11027832
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