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The media segment consists of three subsegments, namely, basal media, reduced serum media, and serum-free media.
The subsegments of the media segment are basal media, reduced serum media, and serum-free media.
To compare the ability of the various PRP products to stimulate proliferation of human bone marrow (BM), rat BM and compact bone (CB)-derived mesenchymal stem cells (MSC), cells were cultured in serum-free media for 4 and 7 days with varying concentrations of PRP, PPP, or combinations of recombinant mitogens.
They had already developed techniques for growing various nervous system cells in serum-free media, including motoneurons, and here they attempted myelination using the growth medium they have worked with for many years.
These additions to Sigma-Aldrich's growing portfolio of research tools for regenerative medicine are expected to consist of serum-free media for bone marrow and umbilical cord stem cells, mesenchymal stem cells and neural stem cells; cytokine cocktails for stem cell expansion and differentiation; novel formulations for cyropreservation of stem cells; and specialized products to conduct clonogenic assays of the various stem cells (http://www.
Similarly, silicate addition to U-937 cells cultured in serum-free media significantly increased MMP secretion (Fig.
Millipore Corporation and Stem Cell Sciences (SCS) today announced an exclusive license for Millipore to develop and market SCS' serum-free media for the growth of human embryonic stem cells (hESCs).
This serum-free media is designed exclusively to support high growth of EBx cells and high productivity of viruses and viral constructs for production of vaccines for both therapeutic and prophylactic use.