Human Aortic Smooth Muscle Cells (HAoSMC)
Primary Human Aortic Smooth Muscle Cells isolated from the human aorta.
Primary Human Aortic Smooth Muscle Cells (HAoSMC) are isolated from plaque-free regions of the human aorta and stain positive for smooth muscle α-actin. The pulsatile pressure produced by the heart causes a cyclic distention of the aorta. The smooth muscle cells in the aortic wall subsequently contract it again. Changes in the arterial wall, associated with vascular diseases such as atherosclerosis and hypertension, strongly influence this process.
HAoSMC are suitable for studying the role of smooth muscle cells under normal or disease conditions in vitro.
- Cryopreserved: Cryogenic vial containing 500.000 viable cells.
- Proliferating: >500.000 viable cells shipped in growth medium (T25 flask).
- Cell pellet: 1 million cells dissolved in 200µl RNAlater© for subsequent RNA, DNA or protein analysis. Cell pellets cannot be revived.
|Recommended Plating Density||7.500 – 10.000 cells per cm2|
|Passage After Thawing||P2|
|Tested Markers||Smooth muscle α-Actin positive|
|Guaranteed Population Doubling||> 15|
|Guaranteed Population Doublings||> 15|
Technical Library (1)
From which portion of the aorta does PromoCell isolate the HAoEC and HAoSMC?
The aorta can be divided into the ascending aorta, the arch, and the descending aorta. We supply aortic cells (HAoEC, HAoSMC, HAoAF) of either "thoracic" or "abdominal" origin. In case of "thoracic" origin, we use tissue from the Aorta ascendens up to the aortic arch; in case of "abdominal" origin, we use tissue from the descending portion starting at the Diaphragma, i.e. from the Aorta abdominalis.
Please check the lot-specific Certificate of Analysis (Tissue/Localization) or contact the PromoCell Technical Customer Service if you need cells from a particular part of the aorta.
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