Millipore, Thermo Fisher Scientific, PerkinElmer, Beckman Coulter | GenomeWeb
Millipore last month announced the availability of HEScGRO animal component-free medium for human embryonic stem cell research. The company said that HEScGRO is the first commercially available animal component-free medium tested successfully for hESC culture and shown to maintain hES cells in their undifferentiated state. Millipore is manufacturing and marketing the media through an Oct. 2006 agreement with Stem Cell Sciences.


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