- Market leading precision medium for isolation and expansion of epithelial cells in a clinically ready formulation
- Chemically defined
- Extended QC, documentation, support, and process control for clinical researchers
Efficient isolation and expansion of epithelial cells from multiple tissue types in a clinically ready formulation.
|500 ml basal medium + supplement pack
CnT-07-HC is a fully defined medium for mouse and human keratinocyte culture. It is ideally suited for use during product development, protocol validation, and characterization of the cell-based product.
CnT-07- HC is a low calcium medium formulation designed for isolation and expansion of mouse and human epithelial cells. Is the original formulation from which the CnT-PR medium was developed. It is provided as a liquid culture medium kit including both basal medium and supplements.
For maximum isolation efficiency from epithelial tissues, it is recommended to supplement CnT-07-HC with the Higher Certified IsoBoost supplement (#CnT-ISO-50-HC), which has been found to double cell yield in the first week of culture.
Primary epithelial cells growing in CnT-07-HC display a highly proliferative phenotype. For differentiation experiments, it is recommended to switch to the CnT-PR-D or CnT-PR-3D differentiation media.
The medium undergoes a range of QC tests in our lab before being released for sale. Please see the datasheet for details.
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Thawing, seeding, and passaging protocols are particularly important for optimal cell growth. Please visit our Protocols Page for our recommendations.
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