Stem Cell Characterization

 Teratoma Analysis, iPSC Characterization
To publish your new iPSCs, do you need:
  • Stringent molecular and functional assays to evaluate pluripotency criteria?
  • Karyotype analysis to rule out genetic aberrations?

ES/iPS Cell Services

  • Teratoma formation analysis
  • EB (embryoid body) formation and characterization 
  • Pluripotency characterization (Immunocytochemical assay for pluripotency markers)
  • Karyotyping (Chromosome counting, G-banding)
  • Sex determination

 

ES/iPS Cell Line Characterization Services

Stringent molecular and functional assays to evaulate pluripotency and to rule out genetic aberrations are comonly required for publication and to rule out genetic abberations are commonly required for publication of a newly generated ES or iPSC cell line. We offer all services needed for a complete characterization of your pluripotent cell lines.

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References
Teratoma Formation Assay
Published reports of ASC's Teratoma Formation Analysis Reports can be found in the Certificate of Analysis "Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSCs)" by Coriell Institute for Medical Research.
 Teratoma: Applied StemCell's citations and publications
Karyotyping: Applied StemCell's citations and publications
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