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ProCHOTM 4 Protein-free CHO Medium

Catalog #: 04-919Q
ProCHOTM 4 Protein free CHO Medium, with 0.1% Pluronic® F-68, without L-Glutamin, phenol red, hypoxanthine or thymidine, 1 L
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Product Overview

ProCHOTM Protein-free CHO Media were developed specifically to facilitate the production and downstream processing of recombinant proteins expressed in CHO cells. These protein-free formulations support high-density cultures without the need for animal derived components. Very low levels of recombinant insulin facilitate both downstream purification and regulatory compliance.

ProCHOTM-4 - For concurrent transition of adherent CHO cells to serum-free and suspension culture. Supports faster doubling times.

Cat. No. (BE)12-029Q contains phenol red and 0.1% Pluronic® F-68. Does not contain L-glutamine, hypoxanthine, or thymidine.

Cat. No. 04-919Q is similar to 12-029Q except that it does not contain phenol red.

All BioWhittakerTM Cell Culture Media products are for Research Use Only (RUO) and are not approved for human or veterinary use or for use in clinical or in vitro diagnostic procedures. If you require GMP grade media, contact Lonza for more details.

Content & Storage

Content

1L bottle

Instructions

Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

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