• GMP Cell Banking
    • Master & Working Cell Banks, 24/7 Monitoring
    • Custom Service
    GMP Cell Banking

cGMP Cell Banking

iPSC Expansion and Banking

GMP iPSC expansion and banking refer to the process of manufacturing iPSCs (induced pluripotent stem cells) using good manufacturing practices (GMP) standards. This process involves expanding iPSCs in a controlled environment under GMP conditions to ensure the highest quality and consistency of the final product. The expanded iPSCs are then stored in a GMP-compliant cell bank for future use in research or clinical applications.

If you are looking for a secure, safe storage space for your unique cells, Applied StemCell offers cell banking with 24/7 monitoring in a state-of-the-art facility. Whether you are looking for master cell bank or working cell bank services, we can customize your service to address your project requirements.

The GMP iPSC expansion and banking process typically involves rigorous quality control measures, including monitoring of the cell growth rate, viability, and genetic stability. The final iPSC product is also tested to confirm that it meets the required specifications for identity, purity, and potency.

GMP iPSC expansion and banking is an important step in the development of iPSC-based therapies, as it ensures that the cells used for research or clinical applications are of the highest quality and consistency, minimizing the risk of adverse effects or treatment failure.

1. iPSC expansion from ASC's control lines (GMP- and Research-Grade)

2. Cell banking with 24/7 monitoring. 

  • Master Cell Bank
    • Number of Vials: 50-200
    • Cell Count: 1x10^6 cells/vial
    • QC/CoA provided
  • Working Cell Bank
    • Number of Vials: 50-200
    • Cell Count: 1x10^6 cells/vial
    • QC/CoA

ASC supports cell banking of iPSCs, MSCs, and many more cell types. Contact us for additional information.

Products and Services
Are the storage boxes in your facility 10x10 or 9x9?
Would it be possible to review the receiving/transferring/adding to inventory SOPs for when you receive our cells?
Do you have a preference of courier service or contracted with a courier service to transport the cells?
What would the process be when we need to ship cells from your facility to one of our sites?
What documentation of our cell products will you require from us?