• iPSC Generation from Your Samples
    • From PBMCs, fibroblasts, and more
    • Sample collection available
    iPSC Generation from Your Samples

iPSC Generation from Patient Samples

iPSC generation is a complex process that reprograms adult somatic cells into a pluripotent, embryonic stem cell-like stage. It requires extensive technical expertise to generate cells that are robust, karyotype-normal, and pluripotent. With >12 years of expertise in stem cell technologies and as a leading provider of iPSC services, Applied StemCell (ASC) can generate iPSCs for you in 2-3 months:

  • Healthy/disease samples
  • From a variety of starting tissues: PBMCs, fibroblasts, cord blood, HSC, MSC, adipose tissue, urine, and more
  • Footprint-free reprogramming with feeder-free culture conditions
  • Highly optimized, high-efficiency protocols ideal for iPSC banking/iPSC repositories

Expanded characterization services are available for more advanced profiling of your iPSC lines. ASC can even genetically engineer your iPSCs using CRISPR/Cas9 or TARGATT and differentiate the iPSCs to the somatic lineage of your choice, including NK cellsT cellsastrocytescardiomyocytes, and more.

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