Mammalian cell culture media Bovine Pulmonary Artery Endothelial Cells: BPAEC

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Medium 231

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Upstream tips
Following Ad pre-treatment, cells were exposed to normoxia (5% CO2 – 95% air) or hyperoxia (5% CO2 – 95% O2) in presence or absence of Ad for the desired lengths of time (3–24 h).
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supplement the media with 10% FBS, non-essential amino acids, antibiotics, and endothelial growth factor.
Protocol tips
supplement the media with 10% FBS and antibiotics
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