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Product nr Options Price
400425 cryopreserved culture €375.00
400425GD5 genomic DNA - 5 microgram €300.00
440425 growing culture €800.00
Product number: 400425

Required products

DMEM, w: 4.5 g/L Glucose, w: 4 mM L-Glutamine, w: 1.5 g/L NaHCO3, w: 1.0 mM Sodium pyruvate
DMEM (Dulbecco's Modified Eagle Medium) is a highly versatile and widely utilized basal medium designed to support the growth of a diverse range of mammalian cells in biological research. It serves as an ideal medium for culturing primary fibroblasts, neurons, glial cells, HUVECs, smooth muscle cells, as well as popular cell lines like HeLa, 293, Cos-7, and PC-12.
What sets DMEM apart from other media is its unique composition. It contains an impressive fourfold increase in amino acid and vitamin concentration compared to the original Eagle's Minimal Essential Medium. Initially developed with low glucose (1 g/L) and sodium pyruvate, DMEM is frequently employed with higher glucose levels, either with or without sodium pyruvate. Notably, DMEM does not contain proteins, lipids, or growth factors, necessitating supplementation. To achieve optimal growth, a common approach is to supplement DMEM with 10% Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS). Additionally, DMEM employs a sodium bicarbonate buffer system (3.7 g/L), requiring a 5-10% CO2 environment to maintain a physiological pH.
Dulbecco's Modified Eagle Medium (DMEM) is highly regarded among defined media for cell and tissue culture, catering to the growth needs of various adherent cell phenotypes. It surpasses the original Eagle's Medium, developed in the 1950s for cultivating chicken cells, through the enhanced supplementary formulation known as Dulbecco's modification. This modification significantly elevates the content of select amino acids and vitamins up to fourfold compared to the original medium.
In the field of cell culture, DMEM plays a vital role as a growth medium for different cell types, including primary cells, stem cells, and transformed cells. Researchers also employ the modified version of DMEM for a wide array of research applications, such as drug discovery, tissue engineering, and the study of cell signaling pathways.
Quality control

pH = 7.2 +/
- 0.02 at 20-25°C. 
Each lot has been tested for sterility and absence of mycoplasma and bacteria.


Keep refrigerated at +2°C to +8°C in the dark. Freezing and warming up to +37° C minimize the quality of the product. 
Do not heat the medium to more than 37° C or use uncontrollable sources of heat (e.g., microwave appliances). 
If only a part of the medium is to be used, remove this amount from the bottle and warm it up at room temperature.
Shelf life for any medium except for the basic medium is 8 weeks from the date of manufacture.



Concentration (mg/L)

Inorganic salts


CaCl2 anhydrous


Fe(NO3)3 ∙ 9H2O




MgSO4 (anhydrous)






NaH2PO4 ∙ H2O


Amino acids


L-Arginine ∙ HCl


L-Cystine ∙ 2HCl






L-Histidine ∙ HCl ∙ H2O






L-Lysine ∙ HCl












L-Tyrosine ∙ Na






D-Calcium pantothenate


Choline chloride


Folic acid






Pyridoxine ∙ HCl




Thiamine ∙ HCl


Other components


D (+)-Glucose anhydrous


Sodium pyruvate


Phenol Red


Freeze Medium CM-1
Long-term storage
In biological research, the cryopreservation of mammalian cells is an invaluable tool. Successful preservation of cells is a top priority given that losing a cell line to contamination or improper storage conditions leads to lost time and money, ultimately delaying research results. Once the cells have been transferred from a cell growth medium to a freezing medium, the cells are typically frozen at a regulated rate and stored in liquid nitrogen vapor or at below -130°C in a mechanical deep freezer. The freeze medium CM-1 enables cryopreservation of cells at below -130°C (or in liquid nitrogen), essentially eliminating the need for an additional, costly ultralow freezer and eliminating time-consuming and demanding controlled rate freezing processes. Simply collect the cells, aspirate the growth medium, resuspend in CM-1, transfer to a cryovial, and store the vial at below -130 °C.
Long shelf-life
CM-1 is a serum-containing, ready-to-use cryopreservation medium that can be stored in the refrigerator for up to one year.
Trusted by hundreds of researchers
Our advanced cell freezing medium CM-1 is a market-leading product in Germany and Europe and is distinguished by numerous publications involving hundreds of different cell lines worldwide. We tested it with more than 1000 cell lines from our proprietary cell bank.
Optimized ingredients
CM-1 does contain serum products. Serum-containing cryopreservation mediums optimally protect the cells whilst being frozen and have the advantage of high recovery rates. As CM-1 has been tested with a multitude of cell lines, you can rest assured that your cells always recover well.

Contains FBS, DMSO, glucose, salts
Buffering capacity pH = 7.2 to 7.6

Applications & Validation
The cells preserved in our CM-1 freeze medium can be used for cell counting, viability and cryopreservation, cell culture, mammalian cell culture, gene expression analysis and genotyping, in vitro transcription, and polymerase chain reactions. Each batch's efficacy is evaluated using CHO-K1 cells. Each batch is tested for pH, osmolality, sterility, and endotoxins to ensure high quality.

Variants from €59.00*
Phosphate-Buffered Saline (PBS) Solution: The Optimal Buffer for Your Biological Research
Phosphate-buffered saline (PBS) is a versatile buffer solution used in many biological and chemical applications, as well as tissue processing. Our PBS solution is formulated with high-quality ingredients to ensure a constant pH during experiments. The osmolarity and ion concentrations of our PBS solution are matched to those of the human body, making it isotonic and non-toxic to most cells.
Composition of our PBS Solution
Our PBS solution is a pH-adjusted blend of ultrapure-grade phosphate buffers and saline solutions. At a 1X working concentration, it contains 137 mM NaCl, 2.7 mM KCl, 8 mM Na2HPO4, and 2 mM KH2PO4. We have chosen this composition based on CSHL protocols and Molecular cloning by Sambrook, which are well-established standards in the research community.
Applications of our PBS Solution
Our PBS solution is ideal for a wide range of applications in biological research. Its isotonic and non-toxic properties make it perfect for substance dilution and cell container rinsing. Our PBS solution with EDTA can also be used to disengage attached and clumped cells. However, it is important to note that divalent metals such as zinc cannot be added to PBS as this may result in precipitation. In such cases, Good's buffers are recommended. Moreover, our PBS solution has been shown to be an acceptable alternative to viral transport medium for the transport and storage of RNA viruses, such as SARS-CoV-2.
Storage of our PBS Solution
Our PBS solution can be stored at room temperature, making it easy to use and access.
To sum up
In summary, our PBS solution is an essential component in many biological and chemical experiments. Its isotonic and non-toxic properties make it suitable for numerous applications, from cell culture to viral transport medium. By choosing our high-quality PBS solution, researchers can optimize their experiments and ensure accurate and reliable results.

Contamination-free cells
To identify mycoplasma contaminations we perform PCR-based and luminescence-based mycoplasma assays. We further determine any bacterial or fungal contamination through our standardized manufacturing processes.
Custom projects
Besides genomic DNA, RNA, cell pellets, and cell lysates, we can offer large quantities of assay-ready cells, plated cells in multiple formats, and frozen or growing cells. Contact us to receive a quote.
Authenticated cells
Each manufactured batch of cell lines* is authenticated via STR analysis. Contact us if you require a publication-ready STR report for your cells (*human, hamster, mouse, rat, and dog cells).
HLA alleles
HLA characterization is available from more than 200 cell lines. HLA class I -A, B, C, and Class II HLA-DPA1, -DPB1, -DQA1, DQB1, and DRB1 alleles were obtained by next-generation sequencing methodologies (NGS) for class I and class II alleles.