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Tech Service: Cell Culture
  Classical Media
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12/04/2000 04:09 PM
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10/23/2002 11:56 AM
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  What is the purpose of Sodium Pyruvate in media?
  What is the purpose of Sodium Pyruvate in media?
  Sodium Pyruvate serves as an alternative carbon source for cells in culture. Cells will preferentially use D-Glucose as their carbon source, but if the D-Glucose is depleted cells can metabolize the sodium pyruvate.
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