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Corning™ BioCoat™ Gelatin Rectangular Canted Neck Culture Flasks w/Vented Cap

Pre-coating with gelatin (obtained from porcine gelatin) eliminates time-consuming preparation

Brand:  Corning™ 356488

Code : 67

Additional Details : Weight : 4.07000kg

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Product Code. 10072501

  • £427.03 / Pack of 50


Estimated Shipment
20-11-2020
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In October 2012, Corning acquired the majority of the Becton Dickinson Discovery Labware business. In 2015, the integration of the Biologics portion of the Discovery Labware brands (including Matrigel™, BioCoat™, FluoroBlok™ and PureCoat™) into their growing family of Corning Life Sciences brands will be complete. You will notice changes on their product and packaging artwork, but the products themselves and the catalog numbers will remain the same.


Description

Description

Corning BioCoat Gelatin cultureware provides an attachment and growth promoting substrate for the culture of a variety of cell types. Gelatin is commonly used in the culture of vascular endothelial cells, muscle, embryonic stem (ES) cells, and F9 teratocarcinoma cells. It is also suitable for promoting adhesion of transfected cell types. Gelatin is a heterogeneous mixture of water-soluble proteins derived through the hydrolysis of Collagen.

Applications include:

  • Promotion of cell attachment and spreading
  • Culture of normal and transfected F9 teratocarcinoma cells for gene expression studies
  • Culture of HUVEC for E-Selectin7 expression and VEGF induction8

Source

  • Gelatin, porcine
  • Quality Control

    • Tested for ability to promote proliferation of HUVECs
    • Tested and found negative for bacteria and fungi

    Storage

  • 4°C to 30°C under dry conditions.
  • Specifications

    Specifications

    Sterile
    250 mL
    Canted
    Rectangular
    Phenolic
    For adhesion, growth and differentiation of neuronal and transfected cell lines
    50
    Gelatin
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