Isolated from the Embryonic Mesoderm Fibroblasts are a form of MSC. Due to their resilience and ease of growing in culture, they have been widely employed for a variety of cellular and molecular studies. These cells can be subjected to a range of modifications, including microinjection and gene transfection. While their function is similar to fibroblasts found elsewhere, during the healing of wounds, dermal fibroblasts transition from a proliferative, migrating phase to a contractile, matrix-remodeling phase. Moreover, they are able to respond to inflammatory stimuli by releasing large amount of hyaluron.
Proliferating: ≥500000 viable cells shipped in appropriate growth medium (T25 Flask).
Cryopreserved: A cryogeneic vial containing ≥500000 cells