|Cellartis||Y00185||Cellartis® human iPS cell line P11025 Kit||1 Kit||￥23,632|
|Cellartis||Y00275||Cellartis® human iPS cell line 7 (ChiPSC7) Kit||1 Kit||￥22,525|
|Cellartis||Y00285||Cellartis® human iPS cell line 12 (ChiPSC12) Kit||1 kit||￥22,525|
|Cellartis||Y00315||Cellartis® human iPS cell line 21 (ChiPSC21) Kit||1 Kit||￥22,525|
|Cellartis||Y00325||Cellartis® human iPS cell line 22 (ChiPSC22) Kit||1 kit||￥22,525|
|Cellartis||Y00305||Cellartis® human iPS cell line 18 (ChiPSC18) Kit||1 Kit||￥22,525|
(Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells)
|Characteristics of Cellartis human iPS cells. The cell lines were generated from fibroblasts using defective polycistronic retrovirus technology to deliver Oct-4, Sox-2, KLF-4, and c-Myc. The skin fibroblasts were obtained from donors of varying age and gender, have a normal karyotype, and have been confirmed to differentiate into specific cell lineages. Consent was obtained from all donors for commercial use.|
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