Atelocollagen Neutral Solutions

Product Classification : Atelocollagen for Cell Culture│KOKENResearch Theme : 3D culture, Cancer

Atelocollagen Neutral Solutions

Atelocollagen neutral solution (pH 7.4) containing highly purified atelocollagen derived from bovine dermis.

Applications

  • Cell culture in a collagen gel
  • Cell culture on a collagen gel

Features

  • Solutions gelate at 37°C.
  • Ready-to-use: atelocollagen is mixed with medium.

Product List

Catalog No. Product Quantity Storage Data sheet Price
KKN-MEN-02 Atelocollagen, Eagle‘s MEM (sterile) 20 mL/btl -20°C
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KKN-DME-02 Atelocollagen, DMEM Low Glucose (sterile) 20 mL/btl -20°C
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KKN-DME-02H Atelocollagen, DMEM High Glucose (sterile) 20 mL/btl -20°C
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KKN-RPM-02 Atelocollagen RPMI 1640 (sterile) 20 mL/btl -20°C
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