SNL 76/7 Passage-Independent Feeder Cells

SNL 76/7 Passage-Independent Feeder Cells
  • Immortalized cell line derived from mouse fibroblast STO cell transformed with murine LIF and neomycin resistance genes
  • Useful for culture of human or mouse iPS cells as well as ES cell growth
  • Must be mitotically inactivated prior to addition of stem cells

 

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SNL Feeder Cells
Catalog Number
CBA-316
Size
1 vial
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N/A
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Price
$620.00
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SNL 76/7 Feeder Cells are clonally derived from a mouse fibrobast STO cell line which has been transformed with neomycin resistance and murine LIF genes. This immortalized cell line has been shown to be useful as a feeder cell for ES cell growth as well as for culture of human and mouse iPS cells.

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