Mouse Origin Primary Cell

The mouse primary cells or stem cells are established from the mouse tissues originating from the corneal, pancreas, liver, blood, etc. They are differentiated/non-differentiated cells, mimicking their physiological relevance in vivo. They are also expected to maintain their in vivo functional attributes for a short period of time, up to 5 population doublings. With the exception of stem cells, the majority of other primary cells are terminally differentiated, are very fragile to maintain in culture for a long time, and exhibit a high level of functional attributes. We are partnered with a well-known source for an ethical

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C57BL/6 Primary Microvascular Endothelial Cells C57BL/6 Primary Lung Microvascular Endothelial Cells C57BL/6 Primary Renal Fibroblasts
C57BL/6 Primary Cardiomyocytes C57BL/6 Primary Bone Marrow Macrophage C57BL/6 Primary Hepatocytes
C57BL/6 Primary Islets Cells C57BL/6 Primary Red Blood Cells C57BL/6 Tracheal smooth muscle cells
C57BL/6 Dermal Fibroblasts C57BL/6 Primary Lymphatic Fibroblasts C57BL/6 Primary Intestinal Fibroblasts
CD-1 Primary Microvascular Endothelial Cells CD-1 Primary Lung Microvascular Endothelial Cells CD-1 Primary Renal Fibroblasts
CD-1 Primary Cardiomyocytes CD-1 Primary Bone Marrow Macrophage CD-1 Primary Hepatocytes (Plateable/Non-Plateable)
CD-1 Primary Islets Cells CD-1 Primary Red Blood Cells CD-1 Primary Tracheal Smooth Muscle Cells
CD-1 Dermal Fibroblasts CD-1 Primary Lymphatic Fibroblasts CD-1 Primary Intestinal Fibroblasts
Murine Mesenchymal Stem Cells Murine Bone Marrow Progenitor Cells Murine Embryonic Stem Cells