Sodium Bicarbonate (NaHCO3) is typically used in cell culture media as a buffer.
- Endotoxin and Mycoplasma Tested
Although NaHCO3 does not have the buffering capacity of HEPES, it is occasionally preferred over HEPES because of its lower toxicity and nutritional value to cells in culture. Sodium Bicarbonate, 7.5% is useful as a buffer for culturing a broad spectrum of mammalian cells.
Dilute Sodium Bicarbonate in appropriate cell culture media, to a final concentration of 5-15 mM
Storage Conditions: 15°C to 30°C
Shipping condition: ambient temperature
Endotoxin and Mycoplasma Tested
Osmolality: 290 ± 5% mOsM/kg H2O
Concentration: 0.893 mol/L
Max Shelf Life: 24 months from date of manufacture
Harmonization Code: 3822.00.5090