iPSC derived product
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This user protocol is of the latest released batch. We are publishing it for reference purpose, but we cannot guarantee batch specific delivery.
|ECACC Catalogue No.||66990001|
|Product Type||iPSC-derived neurons|
|iPSC Product Name||EBiSC-NEUR1|
|iPSC Product Cell Type||Neuron|
|Source iPSC Line Name||BIONi010-C-13|
|Donor Disease Status||Normal|
|Genetic Modification Description:||DOX inducible NEUROG2|
|Morphology Description||EBiSC-NEUR1 neurons extend multiple processes after thaw and form neurite networks|
EBiSC-NEUR1 cells are early neurons derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells using a doxycycline-inducible NGN2 expression system. The transcription-factor based differentiation approach accelerates neuron maturation while reducing cell culture variability. When thawed and cultured according to the instructions in the User protocol, the EBiSC-NEUR1 neurons express classical pan-neuronal markers such as beta-III-tubulin (TUBB3) and microtubule-associated protein 2 (MAP2) and form neurite networks. EBiSC-NEUR1 cultures exert a great homogeneity with low batch-to-batch variability providing an ideal starting point for diverse co-culture approaches as well as large-scale assays and high-throughput drug screenings. Quality control is performed prior to release and includes sterility testing, morphological assessment, as well as flow cytometric and immunochemical analyses for the expression of neuronal markers.
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- Kwok CK et al. Scalable expansion of iPSC and their derivatives across multiple lineages. Reproductive toxicology (Elmsford, N.Y.). 2022 Sep;112:23-35.