Human Skin Cells (Dermal Fibroblasts) (SLE)

500,000 cells/vial

Catalog Number ASE-5038
Quantity 5.0 x 105 cells/mL

Product Information
Human fibroblasts are derived from cultured skin explants. These fibroblasts are from a single donor. Fibroblasts enable researchers to study skin diseases such as dermatitis, wound healing, and other diseases that are expressed in fibroblasts. In addition, they may be used to study the development of skin and production of inducible pluripotent stem cells to study disease models.
These fibroblasts are isolated from an individual who has been clinically diagnosed with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). SLE is a chronic autoimmune connective tissue disorder that can affect any part of the body.
Origin Human
Development Period Postnatal
Disease State Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)


Quality Control All cell processing is validated under strict protocols with IRB approval. All cells are guaranteed to meet or exceed customer’s expectations when handled according to instructions.
Passage number: Frozen cells (P2-4)
Cryopreservation solution: 10% DMSO

Test Conditions Cells are grown and passed to determine sterility and mycoplasma for all lots.  In addition, viability is determined prior to and after freezing. All cells are confirmed to be highly pure by molecular, cellular, or protein assays with their specific markers.