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Invitrogen announced this week the launch of its GIBCO primary rat cortex and hippocampus neurons. These cells offer an alternative to freshly isolated neurons, which may exhibit significant variability from experiment to experiment.
 
The cells are isolated from day-18 Fisher 344 rat embryos and cryopreserved in liquid nitrogen. The cells are optimized to grow in Invitrogen’s Neurobasal media, supplemented with B 27.  

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