- Constant quality
- High safety, guaranteed free of syphilis, HbsAg, HIV-1 / HIV-2,
anti-HCV, HIV-1 Ag and HIV-1 NAT
- Production in Germany
Filtered human serum for cell culture
The Bio&SELL Human Serum derives exclusively from healthy blood donors from certified donor institutes in Europe. Each individual batch is checked, documented and examined for viral infections. This gives our customers maximum security and transparency. Bio&SELL offers both pooled and serum from single donors.
Prices for human sera:
| Human Serum
| Human Serum
off-the-clot, Type AB male
Human Serum RG-F
|Human Serum||HU.SE.0100||100 ml|
|Human Serum AB male||HUAB.SE.0100||100 ml|
Human Serum - Quality Research Products:
Off-the-clot Serum - without Anticoagulants, naturally clotted
Obtained from human whole blood collected without anti-coagulants. The coagulation occurs naturally at room temperature. The blood cake is then removed and the serum purified by depths and membrane filter. Available pooled or from single donors (for metabolic studies).
Human Serum RG-F (rich in growth factors) - contains many growth factors
Contains more human growth factors than off-the-clot serum and is thus recommended for tissue engineering and cell differentiation studies.
Human Serum - filtered Serum
Calcium chloride is added to the human plasma for coagulation. Centrifugation removes the cellular and solid components. Subsequently, the serum is washed, concentrated and finally filtered.
Human Serum AB male - guaranteed no anti-A and anti-B antibodies
This serum contains only plasma from donors of blood group AB and is thus free of anti-A and anti-B antibodies. This serum is especially recommended for immunological and hematopoietic studies.
What ist the composition of the human serum (definition)?
The human serum contains all components of the blood plasma (except the coagulation factors) such as: proteins, electrolytes, hormones and nutrients.
What are the advantages of human serum over FBS?
- Human cells grow under as natural conditions as possible in the in vitro cell culture
What is Human Serum?
Human serum is obtained from human blood plasma. Blood serum is the aqueous part of the plasma which does not clot and remains after the accomplished blood coagulation as yellowish liquid. More Information
Applications of Human Serum?
Cell therapy, immunotherapy research, tissue engineering etc.
In which concentration should Human Serum be used?
We recommend a concentration of between 5% and 20% within the cell culture for our human sera.
How are the cells adapted to human serum?
We recommend a gradual adaptation. Cultivate the cells within the first 4-6 days with a 10% mixture of FBS and human serum (5% human serum and 5% FBS). Afterwards you can cultivate the cells with 5-20% human serum.