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[Stem and Progenitor Cells | Biological Scaffolds]

Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Mesenchymal stem Cells (MSCs) are a rare type described based on their osteogenic,  myogenic, chondrogenic and adipogenic differential potential. MCSs have been isolated from bone marrow, adipose, skeletal muscle, teeth, synovial fluid and cord blood.

Human MSCs exhibit high expression levels of integrins
a1, a5 and b1, low expression levels of a2, a3, a6, aV, b2 and b4 and do not express a4. Additionally, these cells competently express HLA-ABC, but not HLA-DR, unless stimulated with interferon-g.

Areas of research interest for human HSCs include bone and cartilage repair and regeneration, cardiovascular repair, lung fibrosis, coronary artery disease, tissue injury, aplastic anemia, muscular dystropy, spinal cord injury, Parkinson's Disease and liver regeneration.


At second passage, human cord blood  messenchymal stem cells in culture appear fibroblastic and homogeneous in size and morphology.

 

 

Ordering Information

MSCs from Cord Blood
Catalog Number
Aliquot
26-1001-20
750,000 Cells
26-1001-22
3,750,000 Cells

        Download Technical Bulletin Number 4

       Download a Reference List for Human Cord Blood MSCs

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THESE PRODUCTS ARE FOR RESEARCH USE ONLY. Not approved for human or veterinary use, for application to humans or animals, or for in vitro diagnostic or clinical procedures.
WARNING: Preserved Cells CONTAIN HUMAN SOURCE MATERIAL, TREAT AS POTENTIALLY INFECTIOUS.