Gibco™ Trypsin (0.25%), phenol red
Trypsin (0.25%), phenol red
Marca: Gibco™ 25050014
12.26 EUR hasta el 2018-12-31
Use el código promocional "13295" para aplicar la oferta.
Detalles adicionales : Peso : 0.10000kg
DescripciónGibco™ Trypsin solutions are made from trypsin powder—an irradiated mixture of proteases derived from porcine pancreas. Due to its digestive strength, it is widely used for cell dissociation, during routine cell culture passaging and primary tissue dissociation. We offer a variety of Gibco™ Trypsin and animal origin free TrypLE™ that feature:
Gibco™ Trypsin solutions are tested for pH, osmolality, sterility and performance. In addition, prior to manufacturing, the raw materials are tested for endotoxin, Mycoplasma, bacterial, fungal and viral contamination, as well as multiple activity assays, ash analysis and moisture analysis.
We can provide detailed documentation to meet your regulatory needs. Gibco™ Trypsin information available includes lot traceability, animal origin certificates, lot analyses, irradiation certificates, a viral inactivation summary, and supply chain transparency.
cGMP Manufacturing and Quality System
Gibco™ Trypsin is manufactured at a cGMP compliant facility, located in Paisley, Scotland, UK. The facility is registered with the FDA as a medical device manufacturer and is certified to the ISO 13485 standard. For supply chain continuity, we offer a comparable Gibco™ Trypsin solution made in our Grand Island, New York facility (15050-065). This facility is registered with the FDA as a medical device manufacturer and is certified to the ISO 13485 standards.
|Mammalian cell culture|
|With EDTA, without phenol red|
|For research use only|
|–5 to –20°C|
|ISO 13485 standards, FDA|
|Trypsin, 100mL, 1X Concentration, Liquid, 0.25% Dilution, 9002-07-7 CAS Number, With Phenol Red, No EDTA Chelators, Porcine Pancreas Source, Trypsin Reagent Solution, FDA and ISO 13485 Standards, Used for Mammalian Cell Culture, –5 to –20°|
|–5 to –20°C|
For Research Use or Further Manufacturing. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.