10 mg/mL in DMSO
cell membrane | interferes
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The product has been sterile filtered, but it has not been cell culture tested by Sigma.
At a low enough concentration, the DMSO should not hurt the cells. The final concentration of DMSO in the aqueous working medium typically should not exceed 0.1% because higher DMSO concentrations can adversely affect many cultured cells. Dilute the product in the appropriate aqueous medium to provide a physiologically acceptable final concentration.
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