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Chemically defined, animal-free surfaces enhance cell performance and improve cell-based assay reproducibility
August 2009
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BD Biosciences

BD Biosciences, a segment of Becton, Dickinson and Co., has launched its new line of BD PureCoat cell culture surfaces designed to improve cell performance and assay reproducibility. BD PureCoat surfaces improve cell attachment, increase proliferation and enhance recovery from freeze-thaw for a variety of primary, transfected and transformed cells in serum-reduced or serum-free culture conditions, allowing researchers to produce more cells in better-defined conditions. BD PureCoat surfaces maintain the integrity of the cell monolayer, offering superior consistency in cell-based assays versus standard tissue-culture surfaces. The new BD PureCoat amine and carboxyl surfaces utilize a proprietary thin-film coating technology to produce a uniform, functionalized surface for cell culture.

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