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ReproStem: Economical Medium for human ES/iPS Cells

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ReproStem is a high quality, serum-free economical formulation based on the popular Primate ES Cell Medium jointly developed by ReproCELL and Kyoto University. This media enabled development of the world’s first human iPS cells in 2007 by Prof Shinya Yamanaka and his colleagues#. Following this breakthrough, ReproCELL’s Primate ES Medium has been successfully adopted for culture of ES and iPS cells by leading labs throughout the world. ReproStem has been specifically developed with a reformulation of the same quality components to reduce the cost. Now you can enjoy reliable ES and iPS cell development for human and other primate cells whilst maintaining the convenience. ReproStem simply requires the addition of bFGF prior to use.

To provide even better value, ReproCELL is offering a great deal with ReproStem and bFGF when purchased together.

Each lot functionally tested using human iPS cells.
Lot-to-lot control of other critical criteria including osmolarity, pH, sterility and mycoplasma.
Just add bFGF before use. No other mixing required.
Serum not required
Product ReproStem: Economical Medium for human ES/iPS Cells
Company ReproCell Products
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Catalog Number RCHEMD005
Quantity 500 mL
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ReproCell Products
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
Fax: +81 45-474-1006
Email: info_repro@reprocell.com



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