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Minimum Essential Medium Eagle

Joklik Modification, With sodium bicarbonate, without L-glutamine, liquid, sterile-filtered, suitable for cell culture

Synonym: JMEM, Joklik Modified MEM, MEM

  •  NACRES NA.75

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Related Categories Cell Culture, Cell Culture Media, Classical Media and Salts, Core Bioreagents, Life Science Reagents for Cell Culture,
Quality Level   500
sterility   sterile-filtered
form   liquid
application(s)   cell culture | mammalian: suitable
impurities   endotoxin, tested
components   sodium pyruvate: no
stable glutamine: no
L-glutamine: no
glucose: yes
Earle’s salts (5% CO2): no
NaHCO3: yes
HEPES: no
phenol red: yes
Hanks’ salts (2% CO2): no
shipped in   ambient
storage temp.   2-8°C

Description

Application

Recommended for suspension cultures.

Reconstitution

Supplement with 0.292 g/L L-glutamine.

Safety & Documentation

Safety Information

Personal Protective Equipment 
RIDADR 
NONH for all modes of transport
WGK Germany 
3

Single- & multi-channel pipettes from BRAND

Pipette Controller from Brand
Protocols & Articles

Protocols

Cell Culture Protocol 10: Testing Cells for Mycoplasma Contamination by Hoechst DNA Staining

DNA staining methods such as indirect Hoechst staining techniques are quick with results available within 72 hours which compares favorably with 4 weeks for mycoplasma detection by culture isolation....
ECACC Laboratory Handbook 4th Edition
Keywords: Cell culture, Culture media, Detection methods, Indicators, Polymerase chain reaction

Cell Culture Protocol 2: Thawing of Frozen Cell Lines

Many cultures obtained from a culture collection, such as ECACC, will arrive frozen and in order to use the cells they must be thawed and put into culture. It is vital to thaw cells correctly in orde...
ECACC Laboratory Handbook 4th Edition
Keywords: Cell culture, Centrifugation, Culture media

Cell Culture Protocol 3: Subculture of Adherent Cell Lines

Adherent cell lines will grow in vitro until they have covered the surface area available or the medium is depleted of nutrients. At this point the cell lines should be subcultured or passaged in ord...
ECACC Laboratory Handbook 4th Edition
Keywords: Adhesion, Cell culture, Culture media

Cell Culture Protocol 4: Subculture of Semi-Adherent Cell Lines

Some cell lines grow as a mixed population (e.g. B95-8 - marmoset) where a proportion of cells do not attach to the tissue culture flask and remain in suspension. Therefore, to maintain this heteroge...
ECACC Laboratory Handbook 4th Edition
Keywords: Cell culture, Culture media

Cell Culture Protocol 5: Subculture of Suspension Cell Lines

In general terms, cell lines derived from blood (e.g. lymphocytes) grow in suspension cultures. Cells may grow as single cells or in clumps (e.g. EBV transformed lymphoblastic cell lines). For these ...
ECACC Laboratory Handbook 4th Edition
Keywords: Cell culture, Centrifugation, Culture media, Growth factors

Cell Culture Protocol 6: Cell Counting Using a Hemocytometer

For the majority of manipulations using cell lines, such as transfections, cell fusion techniques, cryopreservation and subculture routines it is necessary to quantify the number of cells prior to us...
ECACC Laboratory Handbook 4th Edition
Keywords: Carcinogens, Cell culture, Cryopreservation, Culture media, Flow cytometry

Powdered Media Preparation Instructions

Powdered media and salt mixtures are extremely hygroscopic and should be protected from atmospheric moisture. The entire contents of each package should be used immediately after opening. Preparing m...

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MEM (Minimum Essential Medium Eagle)

Minimum Essential Medium (MEM), developed by Harry Eagle, is one of the most widely used of all synthetic cell culture media. Early attempts to cultivate normal mammalian fibroblasts and certain subt...
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