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D0422

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Dulbecco′s Modified Eagle′s Medium - high glucose

With 4500 mg/L glucose and sodium bicarbonate, without L-methionine, L-cystine and L-glutamine, liquid, sterile-filtered, suitable for cell culture

Synonym(s):
DME, DMEM
NACRES:
NA.75

Quality Level

sterility

sterile-filtered

form

liquid

technique(s)

cell culture | mammalian: suitable

impurities

endotoxin, tested

components

sodium pyruvate: yes
L-glutamine: no
phenol red: yes
glucose: high

shipped in

ambient

storage temp.

2-8°C

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Application

Dulbecco′s Modified Eagle′s Medium (DMEM) is a modification of Basal Medium Eagle (BME) that contains four-fold concentrations of the amino acids and vitamins. The original formulation contained 1000 mg/L of glucose and was used to culture embryonic mouse cells. Since then, it has been modified in several ways to support primary cultures of mouse and chicken cells, as well as a variety of normal and transformed cells. Each of these media offers a different combination of L-glutamine and sodium pyruvate. Additionally, the glucose levels have been raised to 4500 mg/L, contributing to the name "DMEM/High".

Reconstitution

Supplement with 0.584 g/L L-glutamine.

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Hazard Statements

Hazard Classifications

Skin Sens. 1

Storage Class Code

12 - Non Combustible Liquids

WGK

WGK 3

Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable

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Quotes and Ordering

Stacey L Borrego et al.
Journal of lipid research, 62, 100056-100056 (2021-03-02)
Methionine (Met) is an essential amino acid and critical precursor to the cellular methyl donor S-adenosylmethionine. Unlike nontransformed cells, cancer cells have a unique metabolic requirement for Met and are unable to proliferate in growth media where Met is replaced
Yun Yeon Park et al.
Experimental & molecular medicine, 50(4), 46-46 (2018-04-28)
ATP depletion inhibits cell cycle progression, especially during the G1 phase and the G2 to M transition. However, the effect of ATP depletion on mitotic progression remains unclear. We observed that the reduction of ATP after prometaphase by simultaneous treatment
Ruth I C Glasgow et al.
Neurogenetics, 18(4), 227-235 (2017-10-28)
Mitochondrial diseases are characterised by clinical, molecular and functional heterogeneity, reflecting their bi-genomic control. The nuclear gene GFM2 encodes mtEFG2, a protein with an essential role during the termination stage of mitochondrial translation. We present here two unrelated patients harbouring
John M Bekkers
Frontiers in synaptic neuroscience, 12, 18-18 (2020-05-20)
Neurons typically form daisy chains of synaptic connections with other neurons, but they can also form synapses with themselves. Although such self-synapses, or autapses, are comparatively rare in vivo, they are surprisingly common in dissociated neuronal cultures. At first glance
K Parzych et al.
Cell death & disease, 6, e2031-e2031 (2016-01-01)
The cellular mechanisms that control protein degradation may constitute a non-oncogenic cancer cell vulnerability and, therefore, a therapeutic target. Although this proposition is supported by the clinical success of proteasome inhibitors in some malignancies, most cancers are resistant to proteasome

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