High protein serum-free medium, designed for hybridoma cell growth and monoclonal antibody production
SKU: 05-010-1A
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DCCM-1 is serum-free medium, specially optimised for the growth of hybridoma cells and for monoclonal antibody production. This medium is a high protein formulation designed to maximise the growth of cells, and it is ready-to-use and needs only the addition of L-Glutamine. DCCM-1 contains BSA.


  • Culture of myeloma and hybridoma cells
  • Monoclonal antibody production
  • Culture of human lymphocyte cells (including stimulated or transformed cells)

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500 mL


No Glutamine

Storage Conditions


Shipping Conditions

Cold Pack

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