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Further, recent trend is also moving towards use of serum-free media or serum alternatives due to animal welfare and ethical issues in serum processing and production.
The evidence for albumin-bound lipids as modulators of cell physiology is widely available and the importance of this for industrial cell culture in the development of serum-free media has been long recognized.
Cell culture and maintenance Several different serum-free media (Table:1) were used to compare their effectiveness on cell growth and protein expression.
com 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.
By supplying enough LONG R3 to supplement at least 80 million liters of serum-free media and supporting its use with adaptation protocols, SAFC Biosciences and GroPep are demonstrating a commitment to providing a secure supply of a critical raw material for biopharmaceutical cell culture, combining responsiveness and expertise in the industrial cell culture market.
The light-level morphology of the UROtsa cells grown on serum-free media was altered from that noted to occur on serum-containing growth media.
While we have long known that Optiferrin supports optimal cell growth in serum-free media, this study provides further validation that recombinant human transferrin produced using our ExpressTec technology functions similarly to its endogenous counterpart," said Scott Deeter, president and CEO of Ventria Bioscience.