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Epithelial cells are of diversity categories even within the same organism. They are also highly specialized cells that exist in carefully ordered multilayered structures. Creative Bioarray’s epithelial cell growth medium was fully formulated to support epithelial cells that derived from different organisms with optimal growth conditions. Based on the expertise of Creative Bioarray, our medium system ensures ideal cell health, viability, performance, physiology, morphology, consistency and data.
Key Features & Benefits
|a.||Our human epithelial cells (HEC) growth medium is a medium developed for the cultivation of human derived epithelial cells.|
|b.||By eliminating several growth factors and by adding certain hormones and epidermal growth factors, our medium can inhibit the growth of fibroblast cells that are close located to epithelial cells and stimulate epithelial proliferation.|
|c.||Our HEC growth medium is specially designed for the culture of HEC with optimized growth supplement included.|
|d.||Our HEC growth medium supports superior cell growth after thaw and throughout the guaranteed lifespan.|
(Images of HEC growing in Creative Bioarray HEC growth medium)
|a.||This medium is optimized for primary mouse/rat epithelial cells in culture and readily available for researchers. It is designed for mouse/rat epithelial cell growth and proliferation in vitro.|
|b.||This medium contains essential and non-essential amino acids, vitamins, organic and inorganic compounds, hormones, growth factors, trace minerals, which is designed for different kinds of mouse epithelial cells.|
|c.||The supplement provides a defined and optimally balanced growth environment that maximally promotes the growth of mouse/rat epithelial cells in vitro.|
Stability and Storage
Complete Medium should be stored in the dark at 4-8°C. Supplement kit should be stored at -20°C. Do not use past the expiration date.
When handling biohazardous materials such as human cells, safe laboratory procedures should be followed and protective clothing should be worn.