CaseBase™ Dissociation (No Ca, No Mg)


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  100mL                              -
500mL                              -

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CaseBase™ Dissociation Medium

CaseBase™ Dissociation Medium is a chemically defined, completely animal component-free and protein-free medium for use for the dissociation of adherent cells for cell culture passaging and cryopreservation. With optimized EDTA concentration, this calcium and magnesium free medium provides a means for gentle cell detachment. This isotonic medium also provides for the short-term metabolic needs of human stem cells, thereby minimizing cell stress during the cell dissociation and passaging process. Proteolytic enzymes can be supplemented to disperse strongly adherent cell types. CaseBase™ Dissociation Medium can be used during routine cell passaging, detaching cells for experiments, as well as collecting cells for cryopreservation. This product can be used synergistically with CaseBase™ Washing Medium and CaseCryo® products to improve cell survival and function in cryopreservation workflows. 

  • Chemically defined and versatile washing medium
  • Animal Component-free
  • Enzyme and protein free
  • Optimized EDTA concentration, Osmolality, and pH
  • Batch-to-Batch Consistency
  • Can be customized based on specific use and application along with formulation expertise and regulatory support
  • ISO 13485:2016 Certified Company that also follows Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) 
  • Sizes: 100mL, 500mL(other sizes available through custom ordering)
  • Long-term Storage temperature: 2-8°C
  • Shelf life: 2 years

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All of CaseBioscience media, classical media, and balanced salt solutions are manufactured in our advanced, cGMP, ISO 13485:2016 certified facilities. With stringent adherence to the highest quality and consistency in manufacturing and testing parameters, CaseBioscience prioritizes performance and reproducibility in your biological research and downstream processes.