RPMI

RPMI 1640 was developed by Moore and his co-workers as a modification of McCoy’s 5A medium while at Roswell Park Memorial Institute in 1966. Originally developed for human leukemic cells in monolayer or suspension cultures, it has since been shown to support a broad spectrum of anchorage-dependent and suspension mammalian cells. It is also widely used in hybridoma fusion protocols and to support the growth of hybrid cells.

This enriched medium is available with or without L-glutamine, with our stable L-glutamine substitute, and with HEPES buffer.

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    Select your RPMI 1640 medium:

    Catalog No with
    L-glutamine
    with
    Glutamine Plus*
    with HEPES
    25mM
    with
    phenol red
    M30050
    M30550
    M30450
    M30650
    M30250
    M30750
    M30150
    M30350
    M31050
    M31350
    M30850
    M31550

                                                                                      *Stable L-Glutamine

    Catalog No Product Name
    M30650 RPMI 1640, no glutamine, no phenol red
    M30450 RPMI 1640, no glutamine
    M30350 RPMI 1640, L-glutamine, no phenol red
    M30150 RPMI 1640, L-glutamine
    M31550 RPMI 1640, GlutaminePlus, no phenol red
    M30850 RPMI 1640, GlutaminePlus
    M30550 RPMI 1640, 25mM HEPES, no glutamine, no phenol red
    M30050 RPMI 1640, 25mM HEPES, no glutamine
    M30750 RPMI 1640, 25mM HEPES, L-glutamine, no phenol red
    M30250 RPMI 1640, 25mM HEPES, L-glutamine
    M31350 RPMI 1640, 25mM HEPES, GlutaminePlus, no phenol red
    M31050 RPMI 1640, 25mM HEPES, GlutaminePlus