The EMSR is one of the largest cell culture users and providers of the University of Arizona Cancer Center. Purchasing cell culture products in bulk earns better prices, which we pass on to University of Arizona Cancer Center members. EMSR purchases products utilized and requested by numerous laboratories. We continually work to improve the selection. Please let us know what products you would like us to carry.
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How do you get your media?
- Bring your account number to EMSR Laboratory, Room 0945/0948 in the basement of the Leon Levy building.
- EMSR personnel will give you your products.
- Walk away with your media.
- Invoices can be sent immediately.
- Billing is sent out the end of each month.
Why do we charge less?
- It’s part of our mission as a shared service to reduce costs around the university
- We get steep discounts because of our bulk orders
- Because of our bulk orders, we do not pay shipping or tax and pass on the savings
- We use media, too!
Corning Catalog #
MEM with ribonuleosides, deoxyribonucleosides and sodium bicarbonate
High glucose mediumwith sodium pyruvate
High glucose medium without sodium pyruvate
50:50 of DMEM and Ham's f-12 media
Dulbecco's Phosphate Buffered Saline; without calcium or magnesium
US Source FBS tested by EMSR and purchased from one lot # for consistency
1X without Calcium, Magnesium and Phenol Red
with L-glutamine and 25 mM HEPES without ß-thioglycerol and ß-mercaptoethanol
L-glutamine for liquid media
(Iwakata and Grace Modification) with L-glutamine
with Earle's salts and L-glutamine
MEM Non-Essential Amino Acids
10,000 IU Penicillin/10,000ug/mL Streptomycin
RPMI 1640 Medium
0.25% (1X) with EDTA, without calcium, magnesium (liquid)
Disclaimer: The Experimental Mouse Shared Resource will perform experiments outlined in the investigator approved experimental designs with the highest care and quality. The Experimental Mouse Shared Resource is not responsible or liable for any claims, loss or damage arising from the quality of the material (cell lines etc.) or the experimental design (drug doses, frequency, etc.) provided by the Investigator.