Axol Cerebral Cortical Neuron Cells, Human, Young (hyCCN), Donor F, Frozen Cells
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Human "Young" frozen neurons (hyCCNs) are an alternative to the plated neurons. They are not fully mature but have been differentiated into young neurons.
Axol hCCNs are derived from integration-free, induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells under fully defined neural induction conditions. These cells express typical markers of cerebral cortical neurons, such as Tbr1, Ctip2, Brn2 and Cux1 (see fig. 1-5). They are electrically active and able to form functional synapses and circuits in culture.
Cerebral cortical neurons are implicated in numerous neurological diseases including Alzheimer’s disease, autism, epilepsy and stroke. Despite strong interest in these diseases, high quality human in vitro cell models for cortical neurophysiology have been unavailable until now. With Axol hCCNs, we provide neuroscience researchers with a high quality in vitro human system to complement their existing studies of cortical development, function and diseases using animal models.
Advantages of Axol hyCCNs:
• Human cells
• Available in industrial quantity
• Ready-made and fully functional
• No reprogramming and differentiation needed
• Supplied with extensive functional and molecular characterization data
• Include a spectrum of cortical neurons
• Remain viable in culture for months to facilitate reproducible and long term studies
• Cells from multiple donors are available for purchase allowing data comparison among biological replicates
• Studying Corticogenesis in vitro
• Studying neural network formation and signal transmission
• Disease modelling
• Neurotoxicity testing
• Preclinical drug efficacy testing
• Quantity: 2 million cryopreserved young neurons
• Storage Condition: Liquid Nitrogen
• Growth Properties: Adherent
Cord Blood CD34+ Cells
Neural Induction Method:
Monolayer and Chemically-defined medium
2 Million cells in a frozen tube
Important Note: This product as supplied is intended for research use only, not for use in human, therapeutic or diagnostic applications without the expressed written authorization of United States Biological.
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cerebral cortex neurons and neural networks. Nature Protocols 7, 1836–1846 (2012).