Buffered saline used in mammalian cell culture.
|Storage||Store at RT|
|Composition||NaCl (137 nM), KCl (2.7 mM), Phosphates (10 mM). Does not contain Calcium or Magnesium. Sterile solution.|
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I used the DPBS for washing my cells. I gave a quick rinse and added trypsin with phenol red. The pH was fine. I looked under microscope cells were alright. I later counted the viability of cells which was over 95%.
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