Bovine (Thyroidectomized) Serum Sterile
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Bovine (Thyroidectomized) Serum Sterile

D118-00-0050 D118-00-0100 D118-00-0500 D118-00-1000
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50 mL $539.00
100 mL $859.00
500 mL $2,799.00
1 L $4,299.00
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Bovine Serum / Calf Serum is used as a supplement to cell culture media. Bovine Serum is also suitable for use as a component of bioassays, immunoassays or enzyme assays. Bovine Serum provides a broad spectrum of macromolecules, carrier proteins for lipoid substances and trace elements, attachment and spreading factors, low molecular weight nutrients, and hormones and growth factors that promote cell growth and health. Be certain to maintain Good Cell Culture Practice, and maintain sterility of cultures that require media supplementation. Bovine Serum is ideal for investigators in Cancer, Immunology, and Cell Biology research.

Application Note

pH: normal Immunoelectrophoresis: normal Hemoglobin: normal IgG Concentration: normal

BOVINE (Thyroidectomized) SERUM (sterile) - D118-00-0050
Bovine serum for cell culture, cell culture grade Bovine serum, sterile serum from Bovine
Bovine/Calf - Mixed
Liquid (sterile filtered)
95 mg/ml by Refractometry
Dry Ice
Store container at -20° C prior to opening. Avoid cycles of freezing and thawing. Use aseptic technique to maintain sterility when opening product.
Expiration date is one (1) year from date of receipt.
Carbohydrate processing of thyrotropin differs from that of free alpha-subunit and total glycoproteins in microsomal subfractions of mouse pituitary tumor. Endocrinology. ()
Mouse pituitary tumor line secreting only the alpha-subunit of the glycoprotein hormones: development from a thyrotropic tumor. Endocrinology. ()
Glycosylation of thyroid-stimulating hormone in pituitary tumor cells: influence of high mannose oligosaccharide units on subunit aggregation, combination, and intracellular degradation. Endocrinology. ()

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