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RAW 264.7 Cell Line murine

Macrophage from blood

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biological source   Blood from mouse
growth mode   Semi-adherent
karyotype   Not specified
morphology   Macrophage
products   Lysozyme
receptors   Immunoglobulin, complement
application(s)   cell culture | mammalian: suitable
shipped in   dry ice
storage temp.   −196°C

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Application

Metabolic studies

RAW 264.7 cell line has been used to study the anti-inflammatory effects of pristimerin. It has also been used to test the internalization and intracellular survival of Listeria monocytogenes.

Cell Line Origin

Mouse monocyte macrophage

Culture Medium

DMEM + 2mM Glutamine + 10% FBS / FCS (FBS).

Subculture Routine

Split sub-confluent cultures (70-80%) 1:2 to 1:8 i.e. seeding at 2-4x10,000 cells/cm2; 5% CO2; 37°C. Remove the cells mechanically. Cells are semi-adherent, i.e. some cells grow in suspension, some loosely attach to the surface and others flattened out and attached to the flask. Cells should not be allowed to overgrow and become confluent as this can lead to loss of the flattened adherent cell characteristic.

Cell Line Description

Established from an ascites of a tumour induced in a male mouse by intraperitoneal injection of Abselon Leukaemia Virus (A-MuLV). Cells will pinocytose neutral red and phagocytose zymosan. Cells capable of antibody dependent lysis of sheep erythrocytes and tumour targets. Growth inhibited by LPS.

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All labs need water
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Safety Information

RIDADR 
NONH for all modes of transport
WGK Germany 
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My question is not addressed here, how can I contact Technical Service for assistance?
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How do I handle Cell Line frozen cells upon arrival?
Upon receipt, frozen ampules should be transferred directly to vapor phase liquid nitrogen without delay (-135°C) or liquid phase liquid nitrogen if vapor phase is not available. DO NOT use a -80°C freezer as an alternative; this will result in loss of viability.
Why is Vapor Phase Liquid Nitrogen preferred for storage of Cell Line cells?
If ampules are immersed into liquid phase of liquid nitrogen, it increases the risk of the liquid seeping into the vial. This could lead to problems of cross-contamination and increased risk of the ampule exploding when thawed.
How do I resuscitate/thaw frozen Cell Line cells?
A protocol for thawing cells can be found in the ECACC handbook.  This is available online at: http://www.sigmaaldrich.com/life-science/cell-culture/learning-center/ecacc-handbook/cell-culture-techniques-12.html#Protocol%202
What medium should I use when I thaw the Cell Line cells?
The medium for each cell line is listed on the product page. It is specific to each cell line. If not visible on the Sigma-Aldrich website product page, the HPA website also contains the same information (www.hpacultures.org.uk). The product number for the cell line is the same on either site.
What passage are my Cell Line cells?
If the passage of the cells is known, it is listed on the product page at the HPA website (www.hpacultures.org.uk).
How many Cell Line cells are in the vial?
Each vial of cells contains 2-3 x 106 cells in 1 ml of freezing media. This is in a 1.8 mL ampule.  For exceptionally large cells, counts may decrease. Suspension cells, generally smaller cells, may contain as many as 4-5 x 106 cells/vial to assure optimal viability upon thaw.
Are my Cell Line cells mycoplasma tested?
ECACC routinely tests all manufactured cell banks for mycoplasma.
How to freeze down Cell Line cells to make a cell stock?
A protocol for freezing down cells for cell stocks can be found in the ECACC manual on the Sigma-Aldrich website (http://www.sigmaaldrich.com/life-science/cell-culture/learning-center/ecacc-handbook/cell-culture-techniques-12.html#Protocol%207)
Are the Cell Line cells tested for viral pathogens?
HPA Cultures does not perform any viral testing on the cell lines.
  What kind of solution is the A5955 - Antibiotic Antimycotic Solution (100×), Stabilized product suspended in?
A5955 - Antibiotic Antimycotic Solution (100×), Stabilized is supsended in a sodium citrate buffer solution. Source: Israel production group
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