Eagle basal medium


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Ea·gle ba·sal me·di·um

(ē'gĕl),
a solution of various salts containing 13 naturally occurring amino acids, several vitamins, two antibiotics, and phenol red; used as a tissue culture medium.

Ea·gle ba·sal me·di·um

(ē'gĕl bā'săl mē'dē-ŭm)
A solution of various salts containing 13 naturally occurring amino acids, several vitamins, two antibiotics, and phenol red; used as a tissue culture medium.

Eagle,

Harry, U.S. physician and cell biologist, 1905-1992.
Eagle basal medium - a solution of various salts used as a tissue culture medium.
Eagle minimum essential medium - a tissue culture medium similar to Eagle basal medium but with different amounts and a few exclusions (e.g., antibiotics and phenol red).