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Global Cell Solutions' cell culture media and reagents are sterile and delivered in poly bottles. Each bottle is labeled with our private label containing our catalog number, lot number, expiration date and recommended storage conditions. Our media and reagents are sterile in agreement with the FDA Guidelines for Class I Medical Devices and the revised FDA "Guidelines for the Manufacture of in vitro Diagnostic Products". They are manufactured under proper cGMP standards and is tested for bacterial endotoxin, the absence of mycoplasma, and sterility.

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Global Cell Solutions
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