The field of biosciences is rapidly evolving. From lab equipment to advances in human immune cell isolation, we rely on new methods and technology to break through our research barriers every day.
But in our state of constant evolution, one thing has remained largely unchanged for several decades: culture medium.
When you stop to think about it, the primary culture medium formulations we use every day have been around since the 1960s. As something that touches nearly every experiment in our labs, culture medium deserves a more discerning look as an integral component of experimental design.
Culture medium can have a significant impact on experimental outcomes, affecting everything from cell metabolism to proliferation to function.Our case study explores these considerations and presents findings from our experimentation of culture media on in vitro T cell expansion and function.
And keep an eye out for our custom culture media product, launching in mid-2019. We will keep you updated on our progress as we develop the medium based on this and other research.