- Market leading precision medium for differentiation of large epithelial cells
- Chemically defined, contains no components of animal or human origin
- Fully supplemented, one bottle ready-to-go
Differentiation of large airway epithelial cells in 2D and 3D culture.
|500 ml, Frozen medium
CnT-Prime Airway Differentiation is a fully defined, animal-component-free medium designed for the differentiation of large airway epithelial cells.
CnT-PR-AD is used for differentiating airway epithelial cells that have been expanded in CnT-PR-A or CnT-17 medium. It results from the evolution and refinement of our previous airway differentiation medium CnT-23.
CnT-PR-AD is a chemically defined medium formulation designed for optimal differentiation of primary large airway epithelial cells in 2D or 3D culture. It is completely free of animal or human-derived components. It contains a specifically tailored mix of growth factors, in which proliferative components that retard differentiation are omitted or reduced, and pro-differentiation components are added. It does not contain phenol-red or antibiotics / antimycotics.
It uses an optimized basal medium with additional trace elements, protective antioxidants, and vitamins. This medium is specifically designed to create an environment conducive to full differentiation. It achieves this by omitting PCT growth factors or other proliferative factors that retard differentiation.
CnT-PR-AD medium is a low-calcium formulation. Calcium is known to contribute to the differentiation of confluent epithelial cells. It is recommended to add calcium once the cells are fully confluent – please see our corresponding differentiation protocol for our recommendations.
The medium undergoes a range of QC tests in our lab before being released for sale. Please see the datasheet for details. It can easily be upgraded for clinical applications. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details and pricing.
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|Yung-Yu Yang, Chao-Ju Lin, Cheng-Chin Wang, Chieh-Min Chen, Wen-Jen Kao, Yi-Hui Chen
For more publications on the historic product CnT-23 from our literature database, see here