Human Cell Models

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  1. popular Tempo-iMG, ICC, anti-human-CXCR3 antibody

    Tempo-iMG™: Human iPS-derived Microglia (Ready-to-Ship vials)

    $975.00

    Tempo-iMG™: Human iPS-derived Microglia (Ready-to-Ship vials)
    Tempo’s iMG™ cells are reprogrammed from human iPS-derived multipotent progenitor cells, using integration-free induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) lines under a fully defined proprietary serum-free, virus-free, genetic-elements-free, and integration-free conditions. Tempo’s iMG™ cells are polarized structures when plated as a monolayer in culture and express microglia biomarkers, CXCR3 and CD11b/c. 

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  2. new Tempo-iMotorNers, anti-acetylcholinesterase antibody against human AchT protein

    Tempo-iMotorNer™: Human iPS-derived Motor Neurons

    $985.00

    Tempo’s iMotorNer™ cells are reprogrammed from human iPS-derived multipotent progenitor cells, using integration-free induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) lines under a fully defined proprietary serum-free, virus-free, genetic-elements-free, and integration-free conditions. Motor neurons have synapses that transmit via cholinergic trasmitters. These synapses require extremely fast inactivations of its transmitter, acetylcholine (Ach), by utilizing the enzyme, acetylcholinesterase (AchT). AchT hydrolyzes acetylcholine to acetate and choline, as a way of inactivation. Tempo’s iMotorNer™ cells are polarized structures when plated as a monolayer in culture and express biomarkers, acetylcholinesterase (AchT), beta-TUJ (neuron-specific), Isl1 and HB9.

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  3. Tempo-iKer, ICC using anti-human-CK18, image 3

    Tempo-iKer™: Human iPS-derived Keratinocytes

    $880.00

    Tempo-iKer™: human keratinocytes are derived from human dermal-fibroblast cells, using feeder-free, serum-free, genetic-elements-free, virus-free,  induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) lines under a fully defined proprietary induction and maturation conditions. Tempo’s iKer™ cells are structures when plated as a monolayer in culture and express distinct biomarkers such as Cytokeratin-18. iKer™ can be used under maturation conditions, co-culture conditions (with fibroblasts, melanocytes or additional epidermal subtypes), and short-term functional characterization studies.

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  4. iMel cells, ICC using anti-human-Vimentin

    Tempo-iMel™: Human iPS-derived Melanocytes

    $895.00

    Tempo-iMel™: human melanocytes are derived from human dermal-fibroblast cells, using feeder-free, serum-free, genetic-elements-free, virus-free,  induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) lines under a fully defined proprietary induction and maturation conditions. Tempo’s iMel™ cells are branched elaborate structures when plated as a monolayer in culture and express biomarkers such as Vimentin, S100beta, and cytokeratins. iMel™ can be used under maturation conditions, co-culture conditions (with fibroblasts, keratinocytes or additional epidermal subtypes), and short-term functional characterization studies.

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  5. popular iDopaNer, ICC data with anti-TH

    Tempo-iDopaNer™: Human iPS-derived Dopaminergic Neurons

    $850.00

    Tempo’s iDopaNer™: human dopaminergic neurons are derived from human dermal cells, using integration-free induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) lines under a fully defined proprietary induction and maturation conditions. Tempo’s iDopaNer™ cells are branched structures when plated as a monolayer in culture and express biomarkers such as beta3-Tuj (neuronal), tyrosine hydroxylase (TH), and dopamine transporter (DAT).  iDopaNer™ can be used under maturation conditions, co-culture conditions (with astrocytes or additional neuronal subtypes), and short-term functional characterization studies.

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  6. popular Tempo-iCort; ICC anti-Map2 (CST)

    Tempo-iCort™: human iPS-derived cortical neurons

    $775.00

    Tempo’s iCort™: human cortical neurons are derived from human dermal cells, using integration-free induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) lines under a fully defined proprietary induction and maturation conditions. Tempo’s iCort™ cells are branched structures when plated as a monolayer in culture and express biomarkers such as beta-3-Tuj, GAD65/67 and Map2. iCort™ can be used under maturation conditions, co-culture conditions (with astrocytes), and short-term functional characterization studies. 

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  7. popular iOligo (O4 marker, Green)

    Tempo-iOligo™: Human iPS-derived Oligodendrocyte Progenitor Cells (OPCs)

    $850.00

    Oligodendrocytes belong to the family of glial cells in the human central and peripheral nervous system. They are multifunctional cells and are implicated in many disabling neurological disorders, including adult-onset demyelinating disorders, as well as leukodystrophies and cerebral palsy.

    Tempo’s iOligo™ are induced oligodendrocyte progenitors reprogrammed from human fibroblasts cells using proprietary foot-print-free stem cell technologies. iOligo™ cells are cryopreserved at low passage numbers. Each vial contains ~1.05 x 10cells. iOligo™ cells are characterized via standard morphological examinations and via immunocytochemistry methods against known marker proteins (such as O4, PDGFalphaR, NG2, and CNPase) and can be induced to express MBP upon T3 hormone induction.

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  8. popular iAstro (TM) human astrocytes, light transmission

    Tempo-iAstro™: Human iPS-derived Astrocytes

    $750.00

    Astrocytes, also known as Astroglia, belong to the family of glial cells in the human central and peripheral nervous system. They have been shown to have central roles in the maintenance of neuronal metabolism and neurotransmitter synthesis. They have been implicated in many human neurodegenerative disorders such as multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Alzheimer’s disorder, Huntington’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.

    Tempo’s iAstro™ cells are induced astrocytes reprogrammed from human fibroblasts or blood cells using proprietary stem cell reprogramming technologies. iAstro™ cells are cryopreserved at low passage numbers. Each vial contains >1 x 10cells. iAstro™ cells are characterized via standard morphological examinations and via immunocytochemistry methods against known marker proteins (such as GFAP and S100beta).

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  9. popular iNStem(TM) induced neural progenitor cells. Immunocytochemistry with anti-Vimentin antibodies.

    Tempo-iNStem™: Human iPS-derived Neural Progenitor Cells

    $750.00

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    Neural stem cells are self-renewing, multipotent cells that can generate neurons and glial-specific cellular lineages. Primarily, neural stem cells differentiate into neurons, astrocytes, and oligodendrocytes. Neural progenitor cells are adult stem cells committed to their neural and glial lineages.

    Tempo-iNStem™ cells are induced neural progenitor cells reprogrammed from human fibroblasts or blood cells using proprietary foot-print-free stem cell technologies. iNStem™ cells are cryopreserved at low passage numbers. Each vial will maintain 5 subsequent passages and expansions without spontaneous differentiations. Cells have been tested to be able to differentiate into multiple neural and glial subtypes. Each vial contains >1 x 10cells. iNStem™  cells are characterized via standard morphological examinations and via immunocytochemistry methods against known marker proteins (such as Vimentin).

    Due to popular demand, the iNSTem™ cells will be back in stock on September 28, 2017.

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  10. popular Tempo-iSenso, post-thaw.

    Tempo-iSenso™: Human iPS-derived Sensory Neurons

    $895.00

    Tempo’s iSenso™: human sensory neurons are derived from human dermal cells, using integration-free induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) lines under a fully defined proprietary induction and maturation conditions. Tempo’s iSenso™ cells are branched structures when plated as a monolayer in culture and express biomarkers such as beta-Tuj (neuronal specific), and peripherin. iSenso™ can be used under maturation conditions, co-culture conditions (with astrocytes or additional neuronal subtypes), and short-term functional characterization studies. 

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