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Jeeven BioSciences, Inc. Announces the Release of its Neuro-X(TM) Serum Free and Xeno Free Tissue Culture Media
Date:10/24/2013

about additional cell types that the media supports from other researchers around the country that are using the media, and we encourage them to run new experiments and expand the possibilities of their research".

"This media maintains stemness in neuronal progenitor cells" says Dr. Jie Xu, Ph.D. a researcher at Georgia State University.; "we have been able to successfully infect these cells with Sindbis virus and maintain neuronal progenitor cells using Neuro-X media, and now we intend to include this media as an important tool in our research initiatives." Neuro-X media is also being used by cancer researchers across the country. "We are very impressed with Neuro-X in maintaining and differentiating patient glioma tumor-derived (primary cells) cancer stem cell," says Carol Tucker-Burden a researcher at Emory University, "the Neuro-X media maintains the tumor derived neurospheres similarly in comparison to our supplemented media without the need for us to be concerned with serum, which we consider to be a contaminant."

Neuro-X is available at an introductory price of US$199.00 per 500ML bottle, and is distributed by World Wide Medical Products, Inc. (http://www.wwmponline.com), a laboratory products and services company located in Bristol Pennsylvania. "We are very impressed with the Neuro-X product and the team at Jeevan Biosciences," says David Spaventa, Director of Sales & Strategic Alliances at World Wide Medical Products; "prior to our relationship with Jeevan we had never distributed a media product, but decided to distribute Neuro-X given its unique quality as the only true serum free and xeno free media available on the market, and the significant growth potential for a product like this". Free samples of Neuro-X media are available in units of 50mL and 100mL from World Wide Medical Produ
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