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Best Quality Insulin for Cell Culture

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FeF Chemicals supply insulin for use in cell culture media from the largest manufacturer worldwide, Novo Nordisk.

We provide consistent high quality and full traceability with multiple storage locations and a large safety stock, assuring supply safety and flexibility in delivery options. 

Our Insulin Human AF product fulfil the definition for an animal free product and is manufactured under cGMP compliance with the International Conference on Harmonization (ICH) Q7 guideline and distributed from Denmark. 

Insulin Human AF: 

• Pure & Animal Free cGMP product

 • Several manufacturing sites 

• Safety stock at multiple secured locations 

• 5 years shelf life 

• Multi-ton scale production & capacity 

• Robust risk mitigation strategy to secure supply safety

Product Best Quality Insulin for Cell Culture
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FeF Chemicals A/S
Københavnsvej 216 DK - 4600 Køge Denmark

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