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CELLect Fetal Bovine Serum, Gold, Us Origin

CELLect™ Gold is collected from a U.S.D.A. regulated and monitored abattoir by technicians who work "on-site" where the fetal blood is aseptically collected via cardiac puncture. This raw material is transported to the production facility where it undergoes sterilization via filtration through multiple 0.1 micron filters. The care and diligence taken in handling the fetal serum minimizes cell lysis and other detrimental factors thereby reducing possible lysozyme and hemoglobin contamination. This translates into increased performance in the final product. It is superior for hybridoma cloning. It is supplied sterile, with no detectable mycoplasma or viral infection. Serum is an extremely complex mixture of many small and large biomolecules with different, physiologically balanced growth-promoting and growth inhibiting activities.

CELLect Fetal Bovine Serum, Silver, Mexico Origin

CELLect™ Silver is collected from a U.S.D.A. regulated and monitored abbatoir by technicians who work "on-site" where the fetal blood is aseptically collected via cardiac puncture. This raw material is transported to the production facility where it undergoes sterilization via filtration with multiple 0.1 micron filters. The care and diligence taken in handling the fetal serum minimizes cell lysis and other detrimental factors thereby reducing possible lysozyme and hemoglobin contamination. This translates into increased performance in the final product. It is supplied sterile, with no detectable mycoplasma or viral infection.

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CELLect Fetal Bovine Serum, Gold, Heat Inactivated

Fetal bovine serum has been the most widely used growth supplement for cell culture media because of its high content of embryonic growth-promoting factors. When used at appropriate concentrations, it supplies many defined and undefined components that have been shown to satisfy specific metabolic requirements for the culture of cells in vitro.

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