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Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells from Umbilical Cord Matrix (hMSC-UC)

PromoCell hMSC-UC are harvested from normal human umbilical cord matrix (Wharton’s jelly). The cells are tested for their ability to differentiate in vitro into adipocytes, chondrocytes, and osteoblasts.
PromoCell's hMSC-UC cells show a verified marker expression profile that complies with ISCT* recommendations, providing well characterized cells.

 

Key Features

  • Guaranteed Growth Performance
    All of our MSC are guaranteed to grow with a doubling time of <30h for a minimum of 10 population doublings.

  • Differentiation Tested
    Each MSC lot is tested for differentiation into osteoblasts, adipocytes and chondrocytes in accordance with ISCT* guidelines.

  • ISCT* Marker Panel
    Each MSC lot is tested for CD73+/CD90+/CD105+ and CD14-/CD19-/CD34-/CD45-/HLA-DR-.

  • Higher Result Comparability
    Our newly designed MSC Growth Medium 2 with low-serum content (2% FCS) ensures low batch-to-batch variation.

  • Defined & Xeno-Free
    DXF Medium available for defined and xeno-free MSC culture.

 *ISCT (International Society for Cellular Therapy) Cytotherapy (2006) Vol. 8, No. 4, 315-317

Fig. 1: Summary of ISCT criteria for identifying MSCs for research purposes (click to enlarge image)

 

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References, Questions & Answers

Product Name Size Catalog Number Information Prices
Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells from Umbilical Cord Matrix (hMSC-UC) 500,000 cryopreserved cells C-12971 click to select country
Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells from Umbilical Cord Matrix (hMSC-UC) 500,000 proliferating cells C-12972 click to select country
hMSC-UC Pellet 1x106 cells in RNAlater C-14091 click to select country


Additional Resources

   Learn more about how uniform characterization of MSCs can be applied for improving culture performance and research progress.

Download our poster about mesenchymal stem cell characterization now.

 

 

 

 

 

   Visit our PromoCell Blog to read more about mesenchymal stem cells and other interesting research topics.

   See also MSC Application Notes.

   See also our Flyer "Mesenchymal Stem Cell and Media System".