iPS Cell Generation
Patient-derived iPS cells are valuable tools for developing therapeutic drugs and disease modeling. Compared to primary culture, iPSC-derived cells have several advantages: (1) Amenable to genome editing/engineering; (2) Direct control over genetic diversity with the unlimited proliferation potential; (3) iPSC derived from peripheral blood or skin fibroblasts can be differentiated into certain cell types which are hard to collect directly from the donors, such as cardiomyocytes, cortical neurons, pancreatic beta cells, etc.. Our iPSC service team consists of the industry leading experts, and we are proud to provide feeder-free, footprint-free iPS cells with over 95% success rate.
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Guaranteed iPSC generation (>3 integration free clones).
Scheduled milestone, online status tracking system.
Comprehensive characterization of the established iPSCs clones.
Characterization data in Publication-ready format.
Technical support of the cell maintenance after delivery.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
For Fibroblast: Two vials of frozen cells or one T25 flask of live cell, or fresh tissue biopsy preserved in cell culture media less than 7 days.
For PBMCs: Two vials of frozen PBMCs or 2-5ml fresh whole blood stored at 4C less than 4 days.
Cells from us: We also provide a wide collection of primary cells for the customers to choose from.
The customer should provide pathogen screening result. If not, iXCells Biotechnologies will perform the pathogen screening before reprogramming.
It takes 3-6 months depending on the recovery of the cells provided by the customer, cell type to be reprogrammed, and validation assays requested by the customer.
We will ship 3 frozen vials of each clone to the customer. Live cultures are available upon requests.
We will also provide characterization data in publication-ready format.
We will provide 1) the reprogramming method we used to generate the cell line; 2) the recovery and maintenance method after you receive the cells; 3) Cell recovery and live culture delivery if desired; 4) in-house training course if desired.