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Culture Kit for human ES/iPS cells

Product Description
Kit contents:
Primate ES Cell Culture Medium, 500ml
Dissociation solution, 30ml
Freezing Medium, 25ml

ReproCELL’s "Culture kit for human ES/iPS cells" was developed through a collaboration between ReproCELL Inc. and Kyoto University. ReproCELL’s "Culture kit for human ES/iPS cells" has been specifically developed for human and ES/iPS cells. The culture kit has been rigorously tested to ensure superior results for culture of human ES/iPS cells. The kit contains three separate components which allow the expansion, passaging and freezing of human ES/iPS cells. This bundle of products is available at a low price with a discount compared to purchasing individual components separately.

Please note that in addition to the materials contained in this kit, you will need to have feeder cells and you will need to coat your culture dish. In addiiton, for culture of cells, FGF-2 is typically added to basic media. ReproCELL is supplying rh FGF-2 (Cat.# RCHEOT002, 003).

Extensively tested for culturing/passaging/freezing human ES/iPS cells
Higher rates of viability at all stages (see individual products for further details)
Lot-to-lot quality control - functionally tested using using human iPS cells.
Lot-to-lot control of other critical criteria including osmolarity, pH, sterility and mycoplasma.
Ready-to-use formulation – no mixing required.
Serum free
Product Culture Kit for human ES/iPS cells
Company ReproCell Products
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Catalog Number RCHECK002
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Reprocell Inc KDX Shin-yokohama 381 Bldg 8F 3-8-11, Shin-yokohama, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama Kanagawa 222-0033, Japan

Tel: +81 45-475-3887
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