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Learn More Gibco Cell Culture Media
Time-tested and trusted, our Gibco cell culture media line includes products designed to support the growth and maintenance of a variety of mammalian cells and cell lines. We’ve developed ready-to-use cell culture media products as well as powdered and concentrated liquid formulations to fit your...
Learn More CHO Cell Culture Media
Get optimal expression of recombinant proteins Select from chemically defined, protein-free, and serum-free formulations (Table 1) Choose media for suspension or adherent cells, Product Optimized for Applications Serum free Animal origin free Protein free Drug Master File available √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √...
Learn More BenchStable Cell Culture Media
Save your lab’s valuable cold storage space with Gibco BenchStable Media, engineered for flexibility and convenience and enabling storage at room temperature. Available in the most commonly used basal media formulations: DMEM, DMEM/F-12, MEM, and RPMI 1640.
Learn More Cell Culture Media Formulation Tool
We are dedicated to providing quality Gibco cell culture media products that meet all of your research needs. Use our interactive Media Formulation tool below to compare basal media side-by-side. First choose your media, and then choose specific modifications to find the right match for your...
Learn More HEK 293 Cell Culture Media
Select the Gibco® serum-free HEK 293 growth medium that is right for your research:
Our hepatic cell culture reagents help ensure the success of your metabolism studies. They have been optimized for use with our hepatocyte products by our scientific team allowing for the highest quality results.
Dulbecco’s Modified Eagle Medium (DMEM), low glucose, without phenol red, without glutamine for short-term maintenance of primary hepatocyte cultures., GIBCO® D-MEM, Hepatozyme-SFM is a serum-free, phenol red-free medium for the long-term maintenance of hepatocyte phenotypic expression, including...
Brain tissue comprises numerous cell types, including neurons and glial cells such as astrocytes. Primary neural cell preparations often contain a mixture of these cell types, so it is important to use the proper neural cell culture media and supplements to select for and enhance the desired...
For biotechs seeking to develop novel therapeutics for conditions like Parkinson’s disease, diabetes, and cancer, the development of a relevant cell model for use in preclinical research and development phases is imperative.
Learn More Pluripotent Stem Cell (PSC) Culture Media
Whether you are leveraging pluripotent stem cells (PSCs) for basic or applied research, superior performance and quality of PSC cultures are critical to achieve success. That’s why we’ve developed an innovative, comprehensive suite of Gibco stem cell culture media that support diverse...
Learn More Insect Cell Culture Support
Explore our “Getting Started” and “Troubleshooting” sections for solutions to top inquiries and common problems. Browse through our "Guides and Tools" section to access a comprehensive portfolio of product-related support resources., For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
Learn More Cell Culture Products
We offer a variety of primary cultures and established cell lines, as well as reagents, media, sera, and growth factors for your cell culture experiments. The links below contain lists of the more commonly used cell lines and our other cell culture products.
Learn More Mammalian Cell Culture
DMEM DMEM/F12 MEM RPMI 1640 & More, Value FBS Premium FBS Specialty FBS Other Animal Sera & More, Flasks Dishes Plates Pipettes & More, Plasmid DNA siRNA in vivo mRNA & More, Find how Gibco Media, FBS & Nunc Plastics are better together ›, Gibco Cell Culture Heroes spotlights PhD and postdoc...
Learn More Cell Culture & Transfection
Fulfill your media, fetal bovine serum, and reagent needs, including new products to increase performance & simplify procedures., Effective reagents for delivery of plasmid DNA, siRNA, RNAi duplexes, oligonucleotides, and RNA into eukaryotic cells.