Applied StemCell offers multiple products for embryonic stem cell (ESC) and induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) generation, stem cell characterization and stem cell differentiation. See below for our reagents and kits for the generation of iPS cell lines, characterization of pluripotent stem cells, and differentiation of pluripotent stem cells. We also provide individual components for our stem cell generation, stem cell characterization and stem cell differentiation kits.
iPSC lines: Applied StemCell’s iPSC cell line catalog includes footprint-free human iPSCs (hiPSCs) reprogrammed from cord blood cells, fibroblasts, adipocytes and PBMCs from healthy and diseased patients. These cells are ideal for all iPS cell culture applications such as disease modeling, differentiation into cellular lineages of choice and drug toxicity/efficacy screening.
The ASC stem cell catalog also includes iPSCs derived from mouse, pig and guinea pigs using episomal or retroviral reprogramming methods, and various mouse ESC lines that have been tested for successful germline transmission.
Human EZ- iPSC Generation kits - Reprogram your somatic cells to iPSC with the Retroviral or the Episomal kit.
ESC/ iPSC Culture Products: Applied StemCell also supports its iPSC pipeline with medium and supplements for optimal and robust iPSC cell culture. Our catalog includes media for culturing human and mouse iPSC/ ESCs, including ESC- qualified FBS and serum/ feeder-free (SFFM) medium.
Stem Cell Marker kits. Characterization of embryonic stem cells and induced pluripotent stem cells by pluripotency protein or RNA marker kits and stem cell gene arrays.
We offer fully characterized iPSC-differentiated progenitors and differentiated cell lines derived from integration-free iPSCs using feeder-free culture protocols: Neural stem cells (NSCs), Neurons (Dopaminergic and Cortical neurons), Astrocytes and Cardiomyocytes)
- Diesease specific KO lines and isogenic controls
- Lineage specific reporter knock-in iPSC lines
- iPSC lines with reporter gene inserted at a safe harbor locus