BIOAMF-1 Medium

Designed for the primary culture of human amniotic fluid cells and chorionic villi (CV) samples
BIOAMF™-1 Medium (US only)01-190-1A-KT500 mL
BIOAMF™-1 Medium (US only)01-190-1B-KT100 mL
BIOAMF™-1 Medium01-190-1A450 mL
BIOAMF™-1 Medium01-190-1B90 mL
BIOAMF™-1 Supplement01-192-1E50 mL
BIOAMF™-1 Supplement01-192-1D10 mL
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BIOAMF-1 Medium Overview:

BIOAMF-1 medium is designed for the primary culture of human amniotic fluid cells and chorionic villi (CV) samples in both open (5% CO2) and closed systems. The medium allows rapid growth of amniocytes or chorionic villi for use in karyotyping.

No supplementation with serum or serum-substitutes is necessary. This medium consists of two components: basal medium and frozen supplement.

Storage and Stability

  • BIOAMF-1 Basal Medium is stable for 15 months from production date when stored at 2-8ºC.
  • BIOAMF-1 Supplement is stable for 24 months from production date when stored at -20ºC.
  • The complete medium is stable for 14 days when stored at 2-8ºC. Do not freeze the complete medium.
  • Protect both the basal medium and the complete medium from light.

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Shipping Conditions

Cold Pack

Storage Conditions


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