G-MOPS PLUS™ and G-MOPS™ are pH stable handling media designed to support the handling and manipulation of oocytes and embryos outside the incubator.
Description G-MOPS PLUS and G-MOPS are MOPS buffered media. G-MOPS PLUS also contains human serum albumin.
Purpose Medium for handling and manipulating oocytes and embryos in ambient atmosphere.
Storage Store dark at +2 to +8°C
G-MOPS PLUS and G-MOPS are handling media that allows performance of procedures outside the CO2 incubator, such as ICSI, without worrying about a change in pH also in the most time consuming cases. The media contains amino acids and antibiotics and has the same osmolality and pH as Vitrolife culture media.
Amino acids have a protective role that helps the embryo to maintain homeostasis. This is of particular importance during early stages of development, before the formation of the transporting epithelium. Media with amino acids contribute to minimising intracellular stress. By having amino acid in the media the gametes and embryos are better protected against variations in the environment.
Ensure optimal conditions before, during and after culture by using the whole G-Series. All G-Series media share the same basic composition to secure viability and implantation potential. Osmolality, pH and supporting compounds are all kept constant. This foundation prevents intracellular stresses as the embryos progress through the IVF process.
Manual G-Series. International
Manual G-Series. For US
Short protocol - G-Series - Embryo culture
This short protocol describes how to perform embryo culture using the G-Series products
Short protocol - Embryo culture with G-TL and Primo Vision
This short protocol describes how to perform time-lapse culture using G-TL and PrimoVision
Short protocol - Embryo culture with G-1, G-2 and Primo Vision - Method 1
This short protocol describes how perform time-lapse culture with PrimoVision using G-1 and G-2. Change of media on day 3 is done by preparing a new dish and transfer the embryos.
Short protocol - Embryo culture with G1, G2 and Primo Vision - Method 2
This short protocol describes how to perform time-lapse culture using G-1, G-2 and Primo Vision. Change of media on day 3 is done removing G-1 in the dish and adding G-2.
Safety data sheets (SDS)
Safety data sheet for G-MOPS