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Cytiva HyClone™ Fetal Bovine Serum (U.S.), Charcoal/Dextran Treated

Augment growth of cells with U.S.-sourced HyClone™ Charcoal/Dextran Treated Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS), containing reduced levels of many hormones and growth factors.

Supplier:  Cytiva SH3006802HI

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Catalog No. SH3006802HI



  • Processed using a proprietary charcoal/dextran treatment that has been shown to reduce the levels of many hormones and growth factors
  • This serum is assayed for a variety of components before and after treatment to ensure the efficacy of the treatment
  • Charcoal/dextran treatment has been shown to be effective in reducing steroid levels for use of the serum in receptor studies or estrogen-related investigations
  • Other studies indicate that charcoal/dextran treatments may be used to minimize lot-to-lot serum variability
  • 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


    1,Blood Urea Nitrogen,Calcitonin,Calcium,Carotene,Chloride,Corticosterone,Cortisol,Creatinine,Estrone,Folate,25 Dihydroxy Vitamin D,FSH,Glucose,IgG,Inorganic Phosphorus,Insulin,Lactate Dehydrogenase,LH,Niacin,Potassium,Progesterone,17 Beta Estradiol,Retinol,SGOT,SGPT,Sodium,T3,T4,Testosterone,Tocopherol,Total Bilirubin,Total Protein,Albumin,TSH,Vitamin C,Alkaline Phosphatase,B1,B12,B2,B6,Biotin
    Charcoal/Dextran Treated Fetal Bovine Serum, US Origin, Heat Inactivated
    Charcoal/Dextran filtered
    100 mL
    Sequential-filtered, 100 nm
    Heat Inactivated
    ≤ 10 EU/mL
    ≤ 20 mg/dL
    USDA Inspected
    Sera should be stored at -10°C or lower. Once thawed, sera should be stored at 2° to 8°C
    United States
    Fetal Bovine Serum
    Specialty filtered
    Bluetongue, Bovine Adenovirus, Bovine Parvovirus, Bovine RSV, BVDV, Cytopathogenic Agents, Hemadsorbing Agents, Rabies Virus, Reovirus