Product Details
Catalog Number: SC00AD1
Applications: Cell Assays
Type: Stem Cells
Storage: Keep frozen in liquid nitrogen until plating
Species Reactivity: Human
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Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells isolated from adipose tissue and provided a low passage. These cells have the ability to be passaged five to 10 passages in our Low Serum, Complete Medium (#SC00B1); which is optimized for high growth rates, reduced doubling times, healthy cells and stability.

Adipose derived mesenchymal stem cells allows us to provide cells from donors aged 40-50 years. These cells come from an adult thus "act like an adult".

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Human Adipose derived Mesenchymal Stem cells in culture. Cells were plated at 5,000/cm² in a Greiner Bio-One T75 flask and maintained in MSC-GRO low serum, complete medium (cat# SC00B1) in a reduced O₂ environment (1%O₂, 5%CO₂, 90%N₂) at 37°C in a humidified chamber.

Human Adipose derived Mesenchymal Stem cells in culture. Cells were plated at 5,000/cm² in a Greiner Bio-One T75 flask and maintained in MSC-GRO low serum, complete medium (cat# SC00B1) in a reduced O₂ environment (1%O₂, 5%CO₂, 90%N₂) at 37°C in a humidified chamber.

Human adipose derived mesenchymal stem cells were expanded for 10 passages. Cells were plated at 5,000/cm² in a Greiner Bio-One T75 flask and maintained in MSC-GRO low serum, complete medium (Vitro Biopharma Cat. No. SC00B1) in a reduced O₂ environment (1%O₂, 5%CO₂, 90%N₂) at 37°C in a humidified chamber. Doubling time of 23.73hrs was calculated using ln(2*dT)/ln(Cf/Ci), where dT is the time, in hours, from inoculation to detachment.

Human adipose derived mesenchymal stem cells were expanded for 10 passages. Cells were plated at 5,000/cm² in a Greiner Bio-One T75 flask and maintained in MSC-GRO low serum, complete medium (Vitro Biopharma Cat. No. SC00B1) in a reduced O₂ environment (1%O₂, 5%CO₂, 90%N₂) at 37°C in a humidified chamber. Doubling time of 23.73hrs was calculated using ln(2*dT)/ln(Cf/Ci), where dT is the time, in hours, from inoculation to detachment.