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PowerCHOTMAdvance Serum-free Medium Chemically Defined

Catalog #: BE12-927Q

PowerCHOTMAdvance Serum-free Medium, chemically defined, 1L

96.00 CHF

Product Overview

PowerCHOTMAdvance Serum-free Medium for culturing Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO) cells is Chemically defined, non-animal origin manufactured to regulatory standards

PowerCHOTMAdvance Serum-free Medium is then next generation media to better support high-density CHO cells in suspension.

PowerCHOTMAdvance Serum-free Medium can be used in fed-batch cell culturing with one of our feeds; eCHOTM Feed, Power Feed A or CHO XtremeTM Feed.


This BioWhittakerTM Cell Culture Media is produced according to cGMP and labelled "For Further Manufacturing" (FFM). GMP Products are intended for research or further manufacturing use only. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED FOR DIRECT THERAPEUTIC USE IN HUMANS.

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PowerCHOTMAdvance Serum-free Medium

  • Maximum culture performance through balanced formulation
  • Maintain high viability (>90%) at high cell densities
  • Confidence in performance lot-to-lot with chemically defined, serum-free media
  • Easily scaleable to support high-density, large scale production volumes
  • Less clogging of cells


High yield protein production in CHO cells

Content & Storage


1L bottle


Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

Certificate of Analysis (CoA)

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