Human Epidermal Melanocytes Fetal


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Fetal Human Epidermal Melanocytes

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Found in the epidermis, Epidermal Melanocytes are pigment-secreting cells responsible for producing melatonin, which gives skin its colour. These cells are used to study the effect of UV radiation on skin in addition psoriasis, cancer research, skin senstivity, wound healing and research on other skin diseases.

Available Formats:

Proliferating: ≥500000 viable cells shipped in appropriate growth medium (T25 Flask).

Cryopreserved: A cryogeneic vial containing ≥500000 cells

Additional information


Proliferating, Cryopreserved



Product Category: Homo Sapiens, Human
Product Type: Adherant cells
Drived From: Fetal skin tissue
Cell Morphology: Stellar, multipolar, dendritic appearance
Culture and Growth Properties: Anchorage dependent population
Passage No: P2
Mycoplasma: Not Detected
Hepatitis B: Not Detected
Hepatitis C: Not Detected
HIV-1: Not Detected
Bacteria, yeast and other fungi: Not Detected
Positive for: L-DOPA Oxidase Activity, Mel-5
Negative for: panCK


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