Australian newborn calf serum products are carefully collected from newborn calves within 2 days of birth. It is a light yellow opalescent liquid separated after the blood of newborn calf is coagulated and fibrinogen and some coagulation factors in the plasma are removed.
Newborn calf serum is the most used natural medium in cell culture and contains abundant nutrients necessary for cell growth and has extremely important functions. The general addition ratio is 5-20%.
Serum contains various amino acids, vitamins, inorganic substances, lipids and other nutrients necessary to maintain cell growth, as well as insulin, hydrocortisone, and dexamethasone, bFGF, EGF, PDGF, transferrin and other hormones that can promote cell growth, growth factors and binding.
ExCell Bio newborn calf serum is collected from healthy cattle in non epidemic areas, and is made through aseptic collection, batch mixing, and triple 100 nm filtration. It does not contain mycoplasma and bovine viruses such as BVDV, PI3, IBR, and BTV.