All ZenBio media products are ready-to-use when purchased. No mixing of growth factors or antibiotics is necessary. All media products are available as phenol-red free, serum-free, or specifically customized to meet your research needs.
Subcutaneous basal medium
Basal medium is serum-free and contains essential additives to maintain subcutaneous cells for up to 3 days. It can be supplemented for specific research purposes. The medium is available in 500ml bottles and is ready-to-use upon arrival.
Subcutaneous preadipocyte medium
Preadipocyte medium is used to plate preadipocytes prior to differentiation and contains growth factors necessary for expansion of subcutaneous preadipocytes. The medium is available in 500ml bottles and is ready-to-use upon arrival.
Subcutaneous differentiation medium
Differentiation medium is used to differentiate subcutaneous preadipocytes to mature adipocytes in culture. The medium is available in 100ml or 500ml bottles and is ready-to-use upon arrival.
Subcutaneous adipocyte medium
Adipocyte medium is used as a maintenance medium after differentiation and contains all of the factors necessary to support lipid accumulation in the maturing adipocytes. The medium is available in 500ml bottles and is ready-to-use upon arrival.
Subcutaneous preadipocytes cryopreservation medium
Cryopreservation medium is used for long-term cryopreservation of subcutaneous preadipocytes. This medium has been specifically formulated for optimized recovery of human preadipocytes after thawing. It is available in 100ml bottles.
|BM-1||Subcutaneous Basal Medium||500 ml||$91.00|
|PM-1||Subcutaneous Preadipocyte Medium||500 ml||$99.00|
|DM-2||Subcutaneous Preadipocyte Differentiation Medium||100ml||$106.00|
|DM-2-500||Subcutaneous Preadipocyte Differentiation Medium||500ml||$456.00|
|AM-1||Subcutaneous Adipocyte Maintenance Medium||500ml||$99.00|
|FM-1-100||Preadipocyte Cryopreservation medium||100ml||$177.00|
|KT-02||Subcutaneous Adipocyte Differentiation Kit: sufficient media to differentiate 1 96 well plate human subcutaneous preadipocytes to adipocytes. 50ml PM-1, 25ml DM-2, 25ml AM-1, 1 blank sterile 96 well plate||KIT||$79.00|
If you require special media modifications, we offer a Custom Media Service starting at one bottle per order. Please contact us for more details or consult our Price List (.pdf). Examples of some common modifications include: Phenol-Red free, Serum-free, Dexamethasone-free, Insulin-free, PPAR Gamma Agonist-free and Antibiotic-free.
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