Mammalian cell culture media Canine Aortic Endothelial Cells: CnAOEC

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Protocol tips
Thawed cells were inoculated in a coated flask with growth medium and left for 24 hours at 37 degrees celcius, 5% Co2
Canine Endothelial Cell Media

Cell Applications Inc

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culture the cells on Fibronectin (0.0025% in PBS) coated (2 h/37◦C) cell culture dishes at 37◦C/5% CO2
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