Irvine Scientific’s cell culture reagents are made with the highest quality and consistency, allowing our customers to enjoy reproducible results.
The ability to preserve and thaw primary and stem cells has tremendous potential in allogeneic and autologous transplants for clinical therapeutic applications. Irvine Scientific’s biopreservation products are formulated as chemically-defined, protein-free solutions that are manufactured under GMP.
PRIME-XV® FreezIS enables cell freezing of a variety of cell types, ranging from human mesenchymal stem cells and induced pluripotent stem cells to rat neural progenitor cells. After cryogenic preservation, cells were validated for cell markers, viability, and fold expansion over multiple passages. PRIME-XV FreezIS follows a slow freezing cryopreservation process that minimizes damage from cold shock.
Biological buffers are used to supplement the cell culture.
Hydroxy-Ethyl Piperazine-Ethane-Sulfonic Acid (HEPES) is a zwitterionic organic chemical buffering agent and one of the 12 Good's buffers. HEPES is widely used in cell culture.
Phosphate-Buffered Saline (PBS) is a commonly-used saline solution for cell culture.
Salt solutions are used in cell culture to maintain the pH and osmotic balance, as well as provide cells with water and essential inorganic ions.
Hanks' Balanced Salt Solution (HBSS) can be used in cell culture to maintain the pH and osmotic balance, as well as provide cells with water and essential inorganic ions.
Irvine Scientific recognizes that a reliable source of highly purified water is fundamental to the success of any operation. Produced from an advanced, state-of-the-art Water for Injection (WFI) system, Irvine Scientific’s WFI Quality Water is the most suitable water available for producing cell culture media, the reconstitution of biochemical reagents, and as final rinse water for critical applications. WFI Quality Water meets and exceeds both USP and EP specifications.
Cell dissociation reagents are products used with tissue and cell monolayers.