E-MEM (Earle’s salts) with L-Glutamine
In 1959, Eagle developed a synthetic medium composed of the minimum essential components in the course of studying the nutritional requirements of mouse L cells. This medium is called Eagle’s Minimum Essential Medium and is derived from Eagle’s Basal Medium. Eagle MEM is now widely used in monolayer cultures of many mammalian cells.
Kohjin Bio manufactures and sells four types of MEM. The salt composition is divided into two series, Earle and Hanks, and each is composed of L-glutamine-containing and L-glutamine-free.
This medium contains L-glutamine.