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G7513 Sigma-Aldrich

L-Glutamine solution

200 mM, solution, sterile-filtered, BioXtra, suitable for cell culture

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Description

Biochem/physiol Actions

L-glutamine is an essential amino acid that is a crucial component of culture media that serves as a major energy source for cells in culture. L-glutamine is very stable as a dry powder and as a frozen solution. In liquid media or stock solutions, however, L-glutamine degrades relatively rapidly. Optimal cell performance usually requires supplementation of the media with L-glutamine prior to use.

Preparation Note

Prepared in cell culture grade water.

Application

L-glutamine is an essential amino acid that is a crucial component of culture media, which serves as a major energy source for cells in culture. Optimal cell performance usually requires supplementation of the medium with L-glutamine prior to use.

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Safety Information

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NONH for all modes of transport
WGK Germany 
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Is the molecular weight of L-Glutamine 146.14 or 146.15? The label information changed.
Based on a molecular formula of C5H10N2O3, the molecular weight to seven significant figures is 146.1456. Over the years, this value may have been reported in Sigma-Aldrich documentation or on labels as either 146.15 (by rounding up) or 146.14 (by truncation). The material itself has not changed.
Why is there a precipitate in the 200 mM L-glutamine solution, products G7513 and G2150, after thawing at room temperature?
L-Glutamine, 200 mM solution,tends to precipitate in solution when chilled. After thawing, it will be an opalescent solution. If allowed to settle, there can be some crystalline insolubles at the bottom of the bottle.The product should be warmed to37°C for complete solubilization. To limit the number of times the product needs to be warmed to 37°C, the productcan be dividedinto working aliquots which are stored at -20°C and used as needed.This will expose the product to the minimal amount of warming cycles.
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Protocols & Articles

Articles

Glutamine Metabolism is Dysregulated in Many Cancer Cells

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HPLC Analysis of Glutamine Enantiomers on Astec® CHIROBIOTIC® T (23 °C)

From our library of Articles, Sigma-Aldrich presents HPLC Analysis of Glutamine Enantiomers on Astec® CHIROBIOTIC® T (23 °C)
Keywords: Chromatography, High performance liquid chromatography

Protocols

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

Cytokinesis-block micronucleus cytome assay

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Keywords: Addition reactions, Amplification, Anticoagulants, Apoptosis, Cancer, Carcinogens, Cell culture, Condensations, Drug discovery, Electronics, Electrophoresis, Eliminations, Environmental, Gel electrophoresis, Genetic, Immunofluorescence, Mass spectrometry, Mutagens, Nutrition, PAGE, Polymorphisms, Rearrangements, Recombination, Sample preparations, Separation, Sterilizations, Teratogens, Vitamins

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L-Glutamine in Cell Culture

Importance and uses of glutamine in serum-free eucaryotic, including hybridoma and Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO) cell, cultures
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Peer-Reviewed Papers
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