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PluriQ™ Serum Replacement

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PluriQ™ Serum Replacement is an optimized defined serum-free supplement used for the growth and maintenance of undifferentiated human embryonic stems cell (hESCs) and induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs). PluriQ™ SR maintains healthy cell morphology and normal karyotype for extended passages in culture.

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