Gibco™ CD CHO AGT™ Medium
CD CHO AGT™ Medium
Marque: Gibco™ 12490017
Code nomenclature Nacres: NA.79
Informations supplémentaires : Poids : 0.00525kg
DescriptionCD CHO AGT™ (Advanced Granulation Technology) medium is a protein-free, chemically-defined medium optimized for the growth of Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cells and expression of recombinant proteins in suspension culture. The AGT™ dry media format is designed to provide increased consistency and productivity across all stages of production from development to commercial manufacturing. CD CHO AGT™ medium contains no proteins or peptide components of animal, plant, or synthetic origin, as well as no undefined lysates or hydrolysates.
When to Use CD CHO Medium
When to Consider Another Gibco™ Medium
Consider CD FortiCHO™ medium when:
Consider CD OptiCHO™ medium when:
Consider CD DG44 medium when:
Liquid Media Formulations
Gibco™ AGT™ media are also available in a liquid format that offers the same performance and formulation as the AGT™ media format. Gibco™ liquid media are manufactured animal origin-free with the same complete, serum-free, protein-free, chemically-defined formulation and performance as their AGT™ media counterparts.
Design Your Own Media Specific to Your Needs
Whether it’s a bench-level experiment or large scale biomanufacturing process, we offer specialized formats, packaging, and quality levels specific to your needs. With Gibco™ cGMP Media Custom Services you can put the manufacturing power and years of technical experience of our R&D and Bioproduction Application Specialists to work for you.
|Securitainer capped vial|
|CD CHO AGT™ Medium|
|For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures|
|2 to 8°C|
|CD CHO AGT™ Medium, 1L, Powder (AGT), Securitainer Capped Vial Format, CHO Cell Line, Animal Origin-free, Chemically Defined, Protein-free, Serum-free Classification, Used For Antibody and Cell Culture Production, Mammalian Cell Culture|
|Antibody and cell culture production, mammalian cell culture|
|2 to 8°C|
|Glutamine, phenol red, hypoxanthine, thymidine|