What is the osmolarity of PBS?

What is the osmolarity of PBS?

280 – 315 mOsm/kg

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Dilution Yes
Osmolality 280 – 315 mOsm/kg
pH pH 7.4
Product Type PBS

What is PBS in laboratory?

Phosphate buffered saline (PBS) is a buffer solution commonly used in biological research. The buffer helps to maintain a constant pH. Generally a pH of 7.4 is maintained. The osmolarity and ion concentrations of the solution usually match those of the human body.

What is PBS in cell culture?

Phosphate buffered saline (PBS) is a non-toxic solution used in many biological laboratories. Unlike water, PBS prevents cells rupturing or shrivelling up due to osmosis.

What is the difference between PBS and dPBS?

Posted Jul 08, 2019. PBS and dPBS are the abbreviations of phosphate-buffered saline and Dulbecco’s phosphate-buffered saline, respectively. The substances can often be used interchangeably, although dPBS is typically slightly lower in phosphate concentration and may include calcium and/or magnesium.

What can PBS be used for in cell culture?

PBS (phosphate buffered saline) is a balanced salt solution used for a variety of cell culture applications, such as washing cells before dissociation, transporting cells or tissue, diluting cells for counting, and preparing reagents.

Where does Thermo Fisher Scientific make their PBS?

PBS is manufactured at a cGMP-compliant facility located in Paisley, Scotland, UK. The facility is registered with the FDA as a medical device manufacturer and is certified to the ISO 13485 standard.

What kind of certification does HyClone Dulbecco have?

Certifications: Manufactured in cGMP (21 CFR 820) … More Product Information Balanced salt solution used for multiple cell culture applications, (liquid form). Certificate of Analysis included with product and available electronically for future reference.

Is the 10x PBS pH 7.4 RNase free?

Answer. We offer PBS – Phosphate-Buffered Saline (10X) pH 7.4, RNase-free (Cat. Nos. AM9624 and AM9625), which is molecular biology grade and is certified to be RNase-free. However, it is not sterile and hence is not cell culture-grade.