Eagle's minimal essential medium(Redirected from EMEM)
- amino acids
- salts (calcium chloride, potassium chloride, magnesium sulfate, sodium chloride, and monosodium phosphate)
- vitamins (folic acid, nicotinamide, riboflavin, B12)
A variation of this medium, called Dulbecco’s modiﬁed Eagle's medium (DMEM), (Dulbecco/Vogt modified Eagle's minimal essential medium), contains approximately four times as much of the vitamins and amino acids present in the original formula and two to four times as much glucose. Additionally, it contains iron and phenol red. DMEM is suitable for most types of cells, including human, monkey, hamster, rat, mouse, chicken and fish cells.
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