Product Description

Amniopan III 

Amniopan III is a complete ready-to-use medium intended for IN VITRO diagnostic use with a short term culture of human fetal cells from amniotic fluid or chorion villi biopsy (CVS) material for a standardized application in cytogenetic studies. This product has been quality tested by a leading clinical cytogenetic reference laboratory for this application.

Amniopan III is intended for IN VITRO use and has been designed for establishing cultures of human fetal cells from amniotic fluid or chorion villi biopsies (CVS), which then can be used in karyotyping, fluorescence in-situ hybridisation (FISH) or other cytogenetic procedures.

The media formulation of Amniopan III was optimized on human fetal cells from amniotic fluid and CVS, with special emphasis on fast attachment of cells to the cell culture substrate and efficient cell growth to facilitate rapid diagnostic findings.

PB MAX™ Karyotyping Medium is an RPMI-1640 basal medium fully-supplemented with L-glutamine, gentamicin sulfate, fetal bovine serum (FBS), and phytohemagluttinin (PHA). PB-MAX™ Karyotyping Medium is intended for use in in vitro diagnostic procedures which require the short-term cultivation of peripheral blood lymphocytes for cytogenetic study. PB-MAX™ Karyotyping Medium was designed recognizing the need for consistent performance in a pre-qualified product. PB-MAX™ Karyotyping Medium is supplied as a frozen 1X liquid ready-to-use upon thawing, minimizing end user handling 

 

 

Lymphopan

Lymphopan™ Karyotyping fully-supplemented with L-glutamine, gentamicin sulfate, fetal bovine serum (FBS), and phytohemagluttinin (PHA). Lymphopan™ Karyotyping  is intended for use in in vitro diagnostic procedures which require the short-term cultivation of peripheral blood lymphocytes for cytogenetic study. Lymphopan™ Karyotyping was designed recognizing the need for consistent performance in a pre-qualified product. Lymphopan™ Karyotyping is supplied as a frozen 1X liquid ready-to-use upon thawing, minimizing end user handling