Medium 199 With Hanks' Salts (H199), Powder, With L-Glutamine Without Sodium Bicarbonate
Medium 199, originally described by Morgan and his colleagues (1950), is a completely defined nutritional source for cell culture. Their investigations demonstrated that cell growth could be measured in this medium. It has broad species applicability including the culturing of non-transformed cell types. It may be used for vaccine production and the in vitro cultivation of rat lens tissues and primary mouse pancreatic epithelial explants. It is available in either Earle's or Hanks' salts.
Mammalian Cell Culture
|Applications||Mammalian Cell Culture|
|Physical Appearance||Orange Powder|
|Storage and Handling||Store at 0-5°C.|