Amino Acids: Building Blocks of Life: Amino acids serve as the foundational building blocks for proteins, playing a pivotal role in various biological processes. In living organisms, from the simplest bacteria to complex multicellular entities, proteins formed from amino acids execute a multitude of functions, including catalyzing metabolic reactions, DNA replication, and serving as cellular building structures.
Significance in Cell Culture: In the context of cell culture, amino acids are indispensable. They not only provide cells with the necessary substrates to synthesize vital proteins but also play roles in energy production, cellular signaling, and growth regulation. Ensuring an appropriate balance of both essential and non-essential amino acids in culture media is crucial. This balance supports optimal cell growth, replication, and function, ultimately ensuring the success and validity of experimental outcomes.
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Equivalent/Alternative to: Biochrom Cat.-no. K 0293 more…
MEM NEAA, Non Essential Amino Acid Solution (100x) w/o: L-Glutamine
Cat-no : P08-32100
Size: 100 ml
Store at: +2°C – +8°C
Sterile : Yes