Catalog Number ASE-5026
Quantity 5.0 x 105 cells/mL
Description Human gonadal stromal cells are derived from testes that have been dissociated into a single cell suspension. These cells are from a single donor. They enable researchers to investigate reproduction, stem cells, and disease in vitro. In addition, the cells may be used for developmental studies.
Robertsonian translocation (RTL) is a common form of chromosomal rearrangement in humans that occurs in the five acrocentric chromosome pairs. People with RTL have only 45 chromosomes in their cells, with all essential genetic material present. They appear normal; however, their children may be normal and carry the fusion chromosome, or they may inherit a missing or an extra long arm of an acrocentric chromosome, causing disorders such as Down syndrome.
Development Period Postnatal
Disease State Robertsonian Translocation (RTL)
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.
Storage and Handling
Handling Instructions Frozen cells are shipped on dry ice. Upon arrival, place into -196°C (LN2) for long term storage or subculture immediately.
Storage Conditions Store at -196°C (LN2) upon receipt until ready to culture.
Storage Solution 10% DMSO