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Biologix RPMI-1640 medium

USD 88.99

Biologix Ultra-Pure Water

USD 66.99

CH110 1X PBS, pH 7.4

USD 52.50

CH111 1X PBS, pH 7.2

USD 52.50

CH112 10X PBS, pH 7.4

USD 90.00

CH113 10X PBS, pH 7.2

USD 90.00

DMEM/F12 Cell Culture Medium

USD 63.79

DPBS Dulbecco’s Phosphate Buffered Saline Liquid

USD 50.49

Dulbecco’s Modification of Eagle’s Medium

USD 63.79USD 122.50

Hanks’ Balanced Salt Solution (HBSS)

USD 54.79

Hsm’s F12 Media

USD 96.00USD 109.00

Hybridoma Cell Growth Medium with Hypoxanthine-Thymidine (HT), 500 ML

USD 268.00

Hypoxanthine-Thymidine (HT) Supplement (50x) for Hybridoma Cell growth, 100 ML

USD 135.00

McCoy’s 5A Media

USD 64.00USD 89.00

MCDB 153 medium with Trace Elements, L-Glutamine, and Sodium Pyruvate, 500 ml

USD 109.00

MEM with NEAA Cell Culture Medium, 500 ML

USD 63.79

Mouse Embryo Media

USD 121.00USD 145.00

PBS Phosphate Buffered Saline Buffer Solution Liquid 10x

USD 50.49

Phosphate buffered saline (PBS) 1X, 500 ML

USD 50.49

Ampicillin

USD 40.25

G022 Kanamycin

USD 40.25

G023 Streptomycin

USD 40.25

G033 Actinomycin D

USD 50.31

G054 Carbenicillin

USD 145.91

Cell culture reagents are substances and compounds used in the preparation, maintenance, and experimentation involving cell cultures in a laboratory setting.

These reagents are essential in supporting cell growth, viability, and functionality. Here are some common types of cell culture reagents and their functions. You can buy cell culture media online from the best supplier in Canada & USA.

Types Of Cell Culture Reagents:

Read about the types of cell culture reagents below:

Cell Culture Media: Essential for cell growth, it provides nutrients, salts, vitamins, and components for an optimal environment.

Serum and Alternatives: Fetal bovine serum (FBS) offers growth factors, while serum-free or supplemented media control conditions precisely.

Antibiotics: They are added to prevent bacterial and fungal contamination; common choices are penicillin and streptomycin.

Enzymes (e.g., Trypsin): Used for cell detachment during passaging; specific enzymes may cater to particular cell types or applications.

Buffer Solutions: Maintain pH for optimal cell growth conditions.

Cell Detachment Solutions: Aid in gentle cell detachment without causing damage.

Cryopreservation Media: Preserves cells at ultra-low temperatures, often containing cryoprotectants.

Cell Counting Reagents: Dyes like trypan blue assess cell counting and viability.

Transfection Reagents: Facilitate the introduction of foreign genetic material into cells for genetic manipulation.