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Cytiva (Formerly GE Healthcare Life Sciences) HyClone™ Calf Serum (U.S.)

A cost-effective alternative to Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS).

$29.45 - $259.59

Specifications

Certifications/Compliance Manufactured in cGMP (21 CFR 820) compliant and ISO9001 certified facilities
Sterilization Method Filtered through sequential 100 nm pore-size rated filters.
Storage Store at ≤-10°C
USDA Safety Testing Included Yes
Sterility Sterile
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Cytiva (Formerly GE Healthcare Life Sciences)
SH3007304
Calf Serum (U.S.) 1000mL Each for $259.59
 
SH3007303
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Cytiva (Formerly GE Healthcare Life Sciences)
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Calf Serum (U.S.) 500mL Each for $119.08
 
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Cytiva (Formerly GE Healthcare Life Sciences)
SH3007302
Calf Serum (U.S.) 100 mL Each for $29.45
 
Description

Description

Supplement cell culture growth with U.S.-sourced HyClone™ Bovine Calf Serum, an excellent and cost-effective alternative to fetal bovine serum (FBS).

HyClone Bovine Calf Serum is available with or without iron supplementation. Bovine calf serum products contain exceptionally high levels of transferrin, which, when supplemented, can provide three to four times as much available iron as FBS. In many applications, the performance of calf serum will equal or even surpass that of FBS. Bovine Calf Serum is filtered through three sequential 100 nm (0.1 μm) pore size-rated filters. Before dispensing, each lot of serum is pooled using true pool technology to ensure uniformity and consistency between bottles.

Specifications

Specifications

Manufactured in cGMP (21 CFR 820) compliant and ISO9001 certified facilities
Store at ≤-10°C
Sterile
Filtered through sequential 100 nm pore-size rated filters.
Yes
Bluetongue,Bovine Adenovirus,Bovine Parvovirus,Bovine RSV,BVDV,Cytopathogenic Agents,Hemadsorbing Agents,Rabies Virus,Reovirus