Insect Profree - Sf9 / Sf21

Insect Profree - Sf9 / Sf21

Order number: C4338.0500

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The Genaxxon bioscience Insect Profree is a protein-free insect cell culture medium for... more
Product information "Insect Profree - Sf9 / Sf21"

The Genaxxon bioscience Insect Profree is a protein-free insect cell culture medium for optimized growth of insect cells as Sf9 or Sf21 (Spodoptera frugiperda) in suspension culture.

As insect cells are often used for industrial applications of recombinant proteins it is very important to offer a protein free medium consisting of defined ingredients.

Insect Profee contains amino acids, vitamins, salts, trace elements, lipids and growth promoting factors in a formulation optimized for insect cells. It contains no protein or any other components of human or animal origin. Insect Profree is suitable for the cultivation of insect cells and the production of recombinant proteins (Baculovirus expression vector system, BEVS). Insect Profree with its protein-free formulation is free of human and animal components. This allows the production of recombinant proteins for medical and therapeutic purposes. The protein-free formulation also facilitates an easier and more economic purification of final products from the cell culture.

Optimized for the production of recombinant proteins
Traditionally, Grace's medium supplemented with 10% FBS was used for the expression of recombinant proteins. Insect Profree - Sf9 / Sf21 is a serum-free, protein-free cell culture medium for the growth of Sf9 and other Lepidopteran cell lines and the production of insect virus and rDNA proteins.

Additional products of interest: IPTG >, X-Gal >, DNase I > und Proteinase K >.

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serum free protein free
Specification: with amino acids with vitamins with salts with trace elements with lipids with... more

Technical Data:

with amino acids
with vitamins
with salts
with trace elements
with lipids
with growth supporting factors

No proteins and no other components of human or animal origin, only traces of animal components (<0.2% w/v) and hydrolysates (<0.7% w/v).

Sterile filtered solution for use in cell culture.


for production of recombinant proteins for use in cell culture applications

Sicherheits Hinweise / Safety

Klassifizierungen / Classification

eclass-Nr: 32-16-08-01
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