Human iPSC-Derived Motor Neuron Progenitors
Axol Human iPSC-Derived Motor Neuron Progenitors are derived from a healthy male donor.
Axol iPSCs were differentiated to motor neuron progenitors using a combination of small molecules to regulate multiple signalling pathways. Initial expansion of iPSC-Motor Neuron Progenitors is possible before the terminal differentiation to motor neurons.
Axol Human iPSC-Derived Motor Neurons have been characterised by ICC and the motor neurons after 14 days in culture express HB9, LIM3, OLIG2 and TUJ1. After a further 14 days they express choline acetyltransferase (ChAT) and islet-1 (ISL1).
|Donor age at sampling||74 yrs|
|Reprogramming method||Episomal vector|
|Induction method||Monolayer & chemically defined medium|
|Size||1 vial (≥2 million cells/ vial)|
|Shipping conditions||Dry ice|
|Storage conditions||vapour phase nitrogen|
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