TheraPEAKTM X-VIVOTM-10 Serum-free Hematopoietic Cell Medium
TheraPEAKTMX-VIVOTM 10, Serum free hematopoietic cell medium, with L-Glutamine, without gentamicin and phenol red, xenofree, 1 L
The X-VIVOTM 10 Media formulations are designed to support the generation of LAK cells in a serum-free environment. The original protocols involved the incubation of patient or normal donor peripheral blood lymphocytes (PBL) at 1.0 – 3.0 × 106 cells/ml for a period of 3 days in the presence of 1,000 Cetus units of rIL-2/ml. Optimal LAK cell generation is achieved when peripheral blood lymphocytes are incubated for 3 – 10 days at a density of 1.0 – 6.0 × 106 cells/ml in the presence of 100 – 1,000 Cetus units of rIL-2. X-VIVOTM 10 Media is available as a 1X liquid in two convenient formulations.
X-VIVOTM 10, catalog number (BE)04-380Q contains L-glutamine, gentamicin, and phenol red. Catalog number (BE)04-743Q contains L-glutamine but does not contain gentamicin or phenol red. Catalog number BE02-055Q contains L-glutamine and recombinant transferrin but does not contain gentamicin or phenol red. The recombinant transferrin replaces native transferrin.
BE02-055Q is replaced with part code BEBP02-055Q which is produced as GMP grade.
- Superior media for most hematopoietic cells types including dendritic cells, lymphocytes, monocytes, macrophages and granulocytes.
- Formulations only contain human derived components
- More regulatory friendly as human component is replaced by a recombinant one
- Highly cited in scientific literature
- Clinical proven formulations providing process safety and constancy
- High productivity resulting in a high viable cell yield
- Serum Free media result in a more defined process and result in limited immune response
- Efficient transgene expression Desirable T-cell phenotype
- Proliferation of peripheral blood lymphocytes
- Proliferation of tumor infiltrating lymphocytes
- Cryopreservation of human tissue
- Cultivation of human monocytes and macrophages
- Cultivation of stem cells
- Cultivation of dendritic cells
- Cultivation of CAR-T cells
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