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HL-1TM hybridoma Serum-free Medium for Hybridoma and Hematopoietic Cells, 2x 500 mL

Catalog #: 77201

HL-1TM hybridoma Serum-free Medium for Hybridoma and Hematopoietic Cells - Liquid without L-Glutamine, 2 × 500 mL.

This product is discontinued.


Product Overview

HL-1TM hybridoma Serum-free Medium is a culture medium containing less than 30 µg protein per ml.

HL-1TM hybridoma Serum-free Medium contains water for injection, a modified DMEM/F12 base, HEPES Buffer, known amounts of insulin, transferrin, testosterone, sodium selenite, ethanolamine, a variety of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids and proprietary stabilizing proteins. It contains no bovine serum albumin or other undefined protein mixtures.

HL-1TM hybridoma Serum-free Medium will support the serum-free growth of various hybridomas and certain other differentiated cells of lymphoid origin. HL-1TM does not contain L-glutamine.

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.


HL-1TM hybridoma Serum-free Medium
  • Serum-free Medium
  • Low protein level in medium (<30μg per mL)


Supports the growth of varoius cell types such as:

  • Hybridomas,
  • MDCK cells,
  • T cell lymphomas

Content & Storage


 2x 500 mL bottle


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