JCRB1629 hTf/CHO-S #17/sf

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JCRB No.   JCRB1629 Cell Name   hTf/CHO-S #17/sf
Profile   This cell line produce human transferrin (cell freezed by 10% DMSO+90%FBS). Other Name   
Animal   hamster, Chinese Strain   
Genus   Cricetulus Species   griseus
Sex    Age   
Identity   not done Tissue for Primary Cancer   
Case history    Metastasis   
Tissue Metastasized    Genetics   pREP4-hTf transfected CHO-S cells.
Life Span   infinite Crisis PDL   
Morphology   epithelial-like Character   This cell line produce human transferrin.
Classify   transformed Established by   Mebiopharm Co.,Ltd
Registered by   Mebiopharm Co.,Ltd Regulation for Distribution   
Comment    Year   2011
Medium   Ultradoma-PF (Takara-Bio) Methods for Passages   
Cell Number on Passage    Race   
CO2 Conc.   5% Tissue Sampling   ovary
Tissue Type   

Detection of virus genome fragment by Real-time PCR
Detected DNA Virus not tested Detected RNA Virus not tested

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LOT Information

Cell No.   JCRB1629 Cell Name   hTf/CHO-S #17/sf
LOT No.   06192015 Lot Specification   distribution
Medium   UltraDOMA-PF (LONZA catalog No.12-727F) Temperature   37 C
Cell Density at Seeding   1.1-1.3x10^5 cells/ml Methods for Passages   Cells were harvested after treatment with 0.25%trypsin(GIBCO) and 0.02% EDTA.
Doubling Time   NT Cell Number in Vial (cells/1ml)   1.9x10^6
Viability at cell freezing (%)   98.2 Antibiotics Used   NT
Passage Number   p4* PDL   NT
Sterility: MYCOPLASMA   - Sterility: BACTERIA   -
Sterility: FUNGI   - Isozyme Analysis   NT
Chromosome Mode   NT Chromosome Information   NT
Surface Antigen   NT DNA Profile (STR)   
Adhesion   Yes Exoteric Gene   NT
Medium for Freezing   10% DMSO and 90%FBS(SIGMA12J396) CO2 Conc.   5 %
RFLP   NT Viability immediately after thawing (%)   
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