A number of media formulation strategies have been used to cultivate cells in vitro for high expression of recombinant proteins. The bioprocesses employed in recombinant protein production are under strict regulatory control for safety purposes, with the use of animal-derived components in the media posing the biggest concern. Bioprocesses can avoid these regulatory hurdles by using a chemically defined and animal component-free media formulation.
Discover a comprehensive media portfolio that supports the cultivation of Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO) cells, currently the most widely used cell type in the production of biomolecules. These CHO media are designed and optimized to support the high-density suspension culture of a variety of CHO cell subtypes. Containing media formulations and companion feeds, this portfolio can accelerate media development and increases the chances of finding the best media for each unique application.