Neuromics offers a wide variety of human neurons and other neuron related cells. These cells are great for many different areas of research. After selecting your cells, don't forget to purchase our media, cell culturing products, and FBS.
- Human Brain Astrocytes
Pure, Potent and Easy to Culture hAstrocytes and can be used up to 10 times. These cells have been isolated and purified from human brain cortex. They are designed to be ready to culture and grow.
Name Catalog # Type Species Applications Size Price GFP Expressing Human Brain Astrocytes HMP201 Primary Cells Human Cell Assays 500,000 Cells - Frozen $999.00 Human Brain Astrocytes (HBA) HMP202 Primary Cells Human Cell Assays 500,000+ cells - Frozen $789.00 Human Brain Astrocytes (HBA) HMP202-T25 Primary Cells Human Cell Assays 500,000+ cells - T25 flask $799.00
- Human Schwann Cells
Schwann cells play important roles in the development, function, and regeneration of peripheral nerves. When an axon is dying, the Schwann cells surrounding it aid in its digestion, leaving an empty channel formed by successive Schwann cells, through which a new axon may then grow from a severed end.
- hN2™ Human Neuron Discovery Kits & HT Screening Kits
hN2™ Kits can generate many neuronal phenotypes, including cells positive for the following: HB9 for motoneurons, ChAT for cholinergic neurons, DAT for dopaminergic neurons, GABA for GABAergic neurons, (Images), all cells relevant to studying various diseases as well as usable in assays for general toxicity not relevant to cellular phenotype. For The hN2™ Discover Kits, the cells have undergone two weeks of differentiation. The universal neural cell marker Tuj (beta tubulin III) indicates that >80% of the hN2™cells are neural. The hN2™cells possess electrically active membranes and the hN2™cells produce uniform responses in FLIPR glutamatergic pharmacology studies.
Name Catalog # Type Species Applications Size Price hN2™ Human Neurons Discovery Kit HN60000 Primary Cells Human Cell Assays 1,000,000 Cells $795.00 hN2™ Human Neurons High Throughput Screening (HTS) Kit HN60002 Primary Cells Human Cell Assays 4,000,000 Cells $1,395.00 NeuroNet Pure Human Neurons Discovery Kit NN60001 Primary Neurons Human Cell Assays 1,000,000 Cells $569.00 NeuroNet Pure Human Neurons Screening Kit NN60002 Primary Neurons Human Cell Assays 4,000,000 Cells $1,465.00
- Human Alpha Motor Neurons Kits
Human mesenchymal stem cell-derived alpha motor neurons are specifically designed to provide studies for motor dysfunction for such diseases as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Additionally options for in-vitro testing of drug to drug candidate toxicities with well characterized alpha motor neurons for enhanced efficiency of drug discovery and improve the predictability of drug efficacy and toxicity screens.
- Primary Human Neurons
Our human primary neurons are isolated from brain cortical tissue.
- Human Brain Tissue (Blocks, Lysates, and Slides)
Healthy adult human brain tissue from three donors.
Name Catalog # Type Species Applications Size Price Cerebellum TB19001 Tissue Block Human Cell Assays 0.1 gm $225.00 Cerebellum TB19007 Kit, 5 Slides Human Cell Assays 5 Slides $245.00 Cerebral Medulla TB19000 Tissue Block Human Cell Assays 0.1 gm $225.00 Cerebral Medulla TB19006 Kit, 5 Slides Human Cell Assays 5 Slides $245.00 Frontal Lobe TB19002 Tissue Block Human Cell Assays 0.1 gm $225.00 Frontal Lobe TB19008 Kit, 5 Slides Human Cell Assays 5 Slides $245.00 Occipital Lobe TB19005 Tissue Block Human Cell Assays 0.1 gm $225.00 Occipital Lobe TB19012 Kit, 5 Slides Human Cell Assays 5 Slides $245.00 Parietal Lobe TB19004 Tissue Block Human Cell Assays 0.1 gm $225.00 Parietal Lobe TB19011 Kit, 5 Slides Human Cell Assays 5 Slides $245.00 Temporal Lobe TB19003 Tissue Block Human Cell Assays 0.1 gm $225.00 Temporal Lobe TB19010 Kit, 5 Slides Human Cell Assays 5 Slides $245.00
- Immortalized Human Brain Microglia Cells
Microglia, one of the glial cell types in the CNS, is an important integral component of neuroglia cell network. They act as brain macrophages when programmed cell death occurs during brain development or when the CNS is injured or pathologically damaged.