Genome Edited iPSCs (KI) Neuron Reporter, MAP2-NanolucHalotag-Hetero *Academic Price
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1 vial (1 x 10^6)
* Price listed above is for academic institutions for research purposes only
MTA is required
Applied StemCell's Genome Edited series of iPSC lines are ideal for quantitative high throughput screening and as in vitro models for mapping neurogenetic mechanisms in neuronal development, differentiation and disease pathology. The ASE-9500 iPSC line is a mono-allelic (heterozygous) knock-in iPSC line engineered with a multiplexed reporter (Nanoluc-Halotag) inserted into the 3’ end of the endogenous MAP2 locus. The parental iPSC is ASE-9109 which is an integration-free, normal karyotype iPSC derived from male, CD34+ cord blood cells. The MAP2-Nanoluc-Halotag Knock-in iPSC line can be further differentiated into an isogenic panel of neurons and glia for disease modeling and drug/ toxicity screening applications.
Further differentiated NSCs, Neurons, Astrocytes are available upon request.