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  1. 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).

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  2. popular Tempo-iMSC, monolayer, 9 days post-thaw

    Tempo-iMSC™: Human iPS-derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells

    $695.00

    Mesenchymal stem cells ("MSCs") are non-haematopoietic, multipotent multipotent stromal stem cells that can differentiate into a variety of cell types, including: osteoblasts, chondrocytes, myocytes, and adipocytes. MSCs express cell surface markers such as CD73, CD90, CD166, and CD105, in addition to Oct4 and Nanog. Tempo-iMSC™ are human iPS-derived mesenchymal stem cells. NEW! For scientists working on exosomes, please contact us for conditional media for exosome extractions and biomarker validations.

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