Primary Rat Cortical Cells are live neurons isolated from micro-surgically dissected regions of day 18 embryonic Sprague/Dawley rat brain. These cells are prepared fresh each week and shipped in a nutrient rich medium that keeps the cells alive for up to 14 days under refrigeration.
- Product ReviewsWe have been ordering Primary Rat Cortical Cells with this company, and they are very well planned sending the orders and keep contact with the costumers. I recommend them.yagmur akın - Sep 17, 2019 - Rating: 5.0(Primary Neurons and Astrocytes) Cells work well and both Brett and Pete are very helpful.Vimal Swarup - Jan 26, 2013 - Rating: 5.0(Primary Neurons and Astrocytes) I did an unbiased open ended assessment of two of these products as they could be very useful to help characterize novel antibodies.Gerry Shaw - Oct 12, 2012 - Rating: 5.0
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- Mia C. Borlongan, Chase Kingsbury, Felipe Esparza Salazar, Alma R. Lezama Toledo, German Rivera Monroy, Nadia Sadanandan, Blaise Cozene, Bella Gonzales-Portillo, Madeline Saft, Zhen-Jie Wang, Alexa Moscatello, and Jea Y. Lee. (2021). IL-2/IL-2R Antibody Complex Enhances Treg-Induced Neuroprotection by Dampening TNF-α Inflammation in an In Vitro Stroke Model. NeuroMolecular Medicine. doi: 10.1007/s12017-021-08656-0
- Shiyun Meng, Rong Peng. Growth and Follow-Up of Primary Cortical Neuron Cells on Nonfunctionalized Graphene Nanosheet Film. Article first published online: January 18, 2018. https://doi.org/10.5301/jabfm.5000263
- Mahendran Subramanian, Aimee‐Jayne Tyler, Eva Maria Luther, Elena Di Daniel, Jenson Lim and Jon Dobson. (2017). Oscillating Magnet Array−Based Nanomagnetic Gene Transfection: A Valuable Tool for Molecular Neurobiology Studies. Nanomaterials 7, 28; doi: 10.3390/nano7020028
- Wei Zhang, Radhia Benmohamed, Anthony C. Arvanites, Richard I. Morimoto, Robert J. Ferrante, Donald R. Kirsch, Richard B. Silverman. (2012). Cyclohexane 1,3-diones and their inhibition of mutant SOD1-dependent protein aggregation and toxicity in PC12 cells. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry, doi: 10.1016/j.bmc.2011.11.039.
- Lisette T. Arnaud, Natura Myeku and Maria E. Figueiredo-Pereira. (2009). Proteasome–caspase–cathepsin sequence leading to tau pathology induced by prostaglandin J2 in neuronal cells. Journal of Neurochemistry. Volume 110 Issue 1, Pages 328 - 342. doi: 10.1111/j.1471-4159.2009.06142.x
- Shouqing Luo, Haruo Mizuta and David C. Rubinsztein. (2007). p21-activated kinase 1 promotes soluble mutant huntingtin self-interaction and enhances toxicity. Human Molecular Genetics, 17(6):895-905; doi:10.1093/hmg/ddm362
- Xiaoping Zhoua, Xiao-Wei Donga and Tony Priestley. (2006). The neuroleptic drug, fluphenazine, blocks neuronal voltage-gated sodium channels. Brain Research, doi: 10.1016/j.brainres.2006.05.076
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