Click’s Medium : RPMI-1640 (1:1)

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112-133-101 500 mL $47.08

Description

RPMI 1640 is suitable for a wide range of anchorage independent cells. RPMI 1640 Medium is commonly supplemented with 10% Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS). Although, RPMI-1640 has been shown to support the serum-free growth of a number of cells.

  • With 2.0 g/L sodium bicarbonate
  • With HEPES buffer

Applications

RPMI-1640 medium was developed by Moore et al., at Roswell Park Memorial Institute, hence the acronym RPMI. The formulation is based on the RPMI-1630 series of media utilizing a bicarbonate buffering system and alterations in the amounts of amino acids and vitamins. RPMI-1640 medium has been used for the culture of human normal and neoplastic leukocytes. RPMI-1640 when properly supplemented, has demonstrated wide applicability for supporting growth of many types of cell cultures.

The original Click formulation was published in 1972 and is a modification of Eagle’s Minimum Essential Medium with Hanks’ salts (HMEM). RPMI 1640: Click;s Medium (1:1) has increased concentrations of many essential amino acids, addition of non-essential amino acids, sodium pyruvate and nucleic acid precursors.

Wilson & Horster used the 1:1 mix of RPMI-1640 and Click’s medium to study the differential response of defined distal nephron epithelia in culture. RPMI-1640 Click’s medium is frequently used for the suspension, washing and culture of T-cells.

 

Storage Conditions: 2°C to 8°C

Shipping Condition: ambient temperature

Sterile Filtered

pH: 7.0 ± 0.2

Osmolality: 300 ± 5% mOsm/Kg H2O

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Harmonization Code: 3821.00.0000

ECCN: EAR99

Max Shelf Life: 24 months

 

Additional information

Weight 32 oz
Dimensions 3 × 12 × 7 in
Vendor Number

112-133-101

Unit Quantity

500 mL

Product Manufacturer

Quality Biological

Product Documentation

Safety Data Sheet 112-133
Formulation 112-133