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Cardiovascular Research

Human primary cells represent an excellent model to use when studying cardiovascular disease. HLA types have become hugely important in understanding cardiovascular morbidity and mortality.

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Despite huge advances in understanding cardiovascular disease it remains the leading cause of death worldwide. To continue understanding and treating cardiovascular diseases researchers need high quality cell culture products. Human primary cells represent an excellent model to use when studying cardiovascular disease. HLA types have become hugely important in understanding cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. PromoCell offers HLA-Typed human primary cells for cardiovascular research, allowing development and testing of potential new drugs. Researchers can request different donor types depending on their research needs along with primary cell media optimised for each cell type. Choose from a selection of characterised primary cells including:

  • Vascular and microvascular endothelial cells;
    • Includes a range of cells from coronary artery endothelial cells to Dermal Lymphatic endothelial cells.
    • Diseased and healthy cells.
  • Cardiac myocytes;
  • Vascular smooth muscle cells; and
  • Cardiac fibroblasts.

To promote consistency we can also offer large-scale bulk lots of primary cells. PromoCell operates a streamlined tissue procurement process with established partners, meaning sourcing of a wide variety of source tissues that are consistent between batches for replicable and comparable research.

 

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