Quick-Neuron™ Cholinergic - Human iPSC-derived Neurons Alzheimer's Disease - (F, 72yr, Caucasian, not Latino)
Cryopreserved human iPSC-derived cholinergic neurons from Alzheimer's Disease patient (F, 72)
As low as ¥297,000.00
Our proprietary transcription factor-based stem cell differentiation method produces neurons without a genetic footprint. Quick-Neuron™ Cholinergic - Human iPSC-derived Neurons display typical neurite outgrowth and express a variety of neuronal markers, such as TUBB3 (pan-neuronal) and ChAT (cholinergic). When thawed and maintained according to the instructions in the user guide, the iPSC-derived neurons are viable long-term and are suitable for a variety of characterization and neurotoxicity assays.
|Cryopreserved human iPSC-derived cholinergic neurons from Alzheimer's Disease patient (F, 72)
|Cryopreserved cells, Component N1, Component A, and Component P
|iPSCs derived from peripheral blood mononuclear cells (CIRM line CW50114)
|This product is for research use only. It is not approved for use in humans or for therapeutic or diagnostic use.
|Frozen cells should be stored in liquid (vapor phase). The rest of the components should be stored at -20°C.
|Donor Race Ethnicity
|Caucasian, not Latino
|See Resources section for more information.
|Transcription factors delivered by Sendai virus
|Dry ice (domestic) or liquid nitrogen (international)
|Donor Age At Sampling