Integrating Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS) alternatives into your research for improved control and performance
22 Aug 2013

Fetal bovine serum (FBS) is the most common supplement used in cell culture based research. Due in part to increased demand, years of drought and economic forces throughout the world, serum supply is increasingly tight.Discover how you can safeguard your research and budgets from progressively scarce and expensive FBS with alternatives that are specifically designed to replace FBS and offer improved yield, consistency and cost-savings. Discover how you can safeguard your research and budgets from progressively scarce and expensive FBS with alternatives that are specifically designed to replace FBS and offer improved yield, consistency and cost-savings.

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