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Tech Service: Cell Culture
  Classical Media
  Date Created  
08/13/1999 11:37 AM
  Date Updated  
06/28/2002 07:13 AM
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  Can you autoclave liquid media?
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  Can you autoclave liquid media?
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  No. It may cause breakdown of glucose, L-glutamine and other components. There is only one media that can withstand autoclaving: MEM Autoclavable catalog number 11700. Note: Catalog number 21800 (MEM, Earle's, DPM, autoclavable, w/o GLUT) was discontinued. It is only available now as a custom order.
 
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