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Tech Service: Cell Culture
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08/13/1999 10:41 AM
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10/23/2002 11:55 AM
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  What is the difference between Hank's and Earle's salts?
  What is the difference between Hank's and Earle's salts?
  Hank's salts are designed for atmospheric equilibration. Earle's salts are designed for the bicarbonate/carbonic acid system commonly used in media. Earle's salts rely on the equilibration of gaseous and liquid carbon dioxide to maintain pH in a carbon dioxide equilibrated incubator.
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