Quick-Neuron™ Precursor - Human iPSC-derived Neural Precursor Cells (M, 10 yr donor) - Autism Spectrum Disorder

Cryopreserved human iPSC-derived neural precursor cells from Autism Spectrum Disorder patient (M, 10)
NP-mRNA-CW20026
As low as $1,799.00
Our proprietary transcription factor-based stem cell differentiation method produces highly pure populations of neurons without a genetic footprint. Quick-Neuron™ Precursor - Human iPSC-derived Neural Precursor Cells (NPCs) continue to proliferate and express a variety of NPC markers, such as neuroectodermal stem cell marker, nestin (NES) and vimentin (VIM). When handled and maintained according to the instructions in this user guide, NPCs are viable long-term and are suitable for further characterization and differentiation.
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Short Description Cryopreserved human iPSC-derived neural precursor cells from Autism Spectrum Disorder patient (M, 10)
Product Components Cryopreserved cells
Starting Material iPSCs derived from peripheral blood mononuclear cells (CIRM line CW20026)
Product Use This product is for research use only. It is not approved for use in humans or for therapeutic or diagnostic use.
Storage Conditions Frozen cells should be stored in liquid (vapor phase).
Cell Type Neural Precursor Cells
Culture Type Feeder Cell-Free
Disease Autism Spectrum Disorder
Donor Sex Male
Donor Race Ethnicity Caucasian, not Latino
Patient History See Resources section for more information.
Reprogramming Method Episomal vector
Induction Method Transcription factors delivered by synthetic mRNA
Growth Properties Adherent
Shipping Conditions Dry ice (domestic) or liquid nitrogen (international)
Shelf Life 1 year
Donor Age At Sampling 10

What kind of transcription factors are used for differentiation induction?

It is a proprietary formulated RNA and cannot be disclosed.


Why does a reagent in my differentiation kit have less than the required volume?

For reagents supplied in small volumes, be sure to briefly centrifuge before use. If pipettors have been calibrated recently and the volume is less than it is supposed to be even after the tube is spun down, please contact us at [email protected]


Do I need a license agreement for any of Elixirgen Scientific’s products?

No. You don't need any licence or material transfer agreement (MTA) to use our differentiation kits or iPSC-derived cells. However, please be advised that these products are for research use only.