Feeder Cells (SL10)

Catalog RCHEFC001
Size 3x10⁶ cells x 5 vials
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RCHEFC001

Mouse fibroblast feeder cells applicable for culture of murine, primate, human ES/iPS cells. Neomycin resistance offers a useful selection tool in transfection and drug development experiments.

This feeder cell is verified to be applicable for a wide range of ES/iPS cell culture. The figure below shows well growth of ES cells on SL10 feeder cell. The bias between lots is lower than primary MEF, which is the advantage of SL10. Detailed information is available in the protocol.

  • A feeder cell line applicable for culture of murine, primates, human ES/iPS cells
  • With the resistance of Neomycin which helps the selection in transfection and drug developing experiments
  • Derived from the same cell line, STO, which was the feeder cell, SNL, utilized in Dr. Yamanaka`s experiment of human iPS cells establishment
  • Also utilized as the feeder cell in the establishment of 3 Japanese ES cell lines (KhES-1, KhES-2, KhES-3) and Macaca fascicularis ES cell line
  • Every lot has been examined before moved into inventory
  • Mitomycin C- treated cells, which is ready for use

Product Specifications

Product Name
Feeder Cells (SL10)
Catalog Number
RCHEFC001
Size
3x10⁶ cells x 5 vials
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  • Kishigami, Ryota, et al. "Histological analysis of epithelial stem cells during induced pluripotent stem cell-derived teratoma development." Journal of Oral Biosciences 54.1 (2012): 58-65.

Product Specifications

Product Name
Feeder Cells (SL10)
Catalog Number
RCHEFC001
Size
3x10⁶ cells x 5 vials
Related Products
Primate ES cell medium (500 mL)
ReproStem(500 mL)
ReproCoat(500 mL)
MEF(3x106 cell)x5 vials
ReproNaive™ (500mL)
ReproXF(500 mL)
ReproFF2(500 mL)
ReproFF(500mL)

  • Kishigami, Ryota, et al. "Histological analysis of epithelial stem cells during induced pluripotent stem cell-derived teratoma development." Journal of Oral Biosciences 54.1 (2012): 58-65.