Tissue Sourcing for the Development of iPSC-derived Disease Models

Human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs)-based models are an ideal resource for studying disease mechanisms in vitro at the cellular level[1], screening potential new therapeutics[2], and investigating the propensity and mechanism for the development of toxic side effects caused by drug treatment[3]. Such iPSC-based models enable studies to be performed under defined experimental conditions and in a reproducible manner.

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Press Release: ROSLINCT and REPROCELL awarded £1.2 million from Innovate UK for clinical-grade stem cell production

Funding will be used to improve efficiency of induced pluripotent stem cell production

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Join REPROCELL at ISSCR 2018 in Melbourne, Australia

ISSCR (the International Society for Stem Cell Research) is the preeminent stem cell research group in the world. ISSCR is holding its 2018 Annual Meeting in Melbourne, Australia – and REPROCELL will be there.

Join us 20-23 June at booth 74 and learn how we can help you with your stem cell needs.

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REPROCELL’s footprint extends to serve life sciences in India

REPROCELL India (formerly BioServe Biotechnologies) is a state-of-the-art biotechnology company with a mission to serve the life sciences research ecosystem.

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Factors to consider when planning a iPSC reprogramming project

When you are considering beginning a project involving iPSC reprogramming, there are several factors to consider when choosing a reprogramming technology and a service provider.

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Characterization of iPSCs by Immunocytochemistry

As part of our contract services at REPROCELL, we offer induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) characterization by immunocytochemistry (ICC). Planning ICC can be tricky, as it requires careful selection of compatible antibodies and fluorochromes. However, if successful, the results are fantastic! Don’t waste valuable research time performing ICC, and let our experts do the work for you!

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Five reasons to choose StemRNA 3rd Gen reprogramming

RNA Reprogramming is used globally for the generation of integration-free induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) by researchers in biotech, academia, research hospitals and government agencies. This reprogramming method is gaining more and more interest and core labs and biotech companies focusing on regenerative medicine and GMP compatibility are adopting this technology and make it their standard.

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Cost Effective, Lab-scale iPS Cell Spheroid Culture

Many stem cell projects expand to a point where standard culture methods—plates, dishes, flasks, etc.—no longer yield sufficient cells to meet the growing needs for differentiation and regenerative medicine. At this point, larger scale options are required. Traditional bioreactors provide large volume cell culture of liters to hundreds of liters, but they are expensive to buy and expensive to operate. New small scale bioreactors fill the niche between these two extremes perfectly, providing increased cell production over plates or dishes, while being cost-effective to buy and operate.

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Xeno-free culture of pluripotent stem cells in NutriStem® hPSC XF medium

Pluripotent stem cells (PSCs), such as embryonic stem cells (ESCs) and induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), are a key component of the growing field of regenerative medicine. Use of culture conditions free of animal products (xeno-free) is essential for PSC projects that are destined for the clinic. NutriStem hPSC XF medium (01-0005) and iMatrix-511 recombinant human laminin-511 E8 fragments (NP892-011) form an ideal system for xeno-free, feeder culture of human PSCs.

 

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