Member since: 2020
Organization: University of Cambridge
Pure and reliable source of human glutamatergic neurons.
Application Area: Cell culture of human induced glutamatergic neurons
"I am a research associate at the University of Cambridge studying neuronal and glial cells. I have been using these neurons from bit.bio for more than a year now for several applications such as 2D and 3D tissue cultures (in vitro disease modeling), RNA-sequencing, western blot, electrophysiology recordings and etc. These cells provide a reliable and pure source of glutamatergic neurons, resembling primary human ones. They are ready-to-use which makes it much more easy for tissue culture work and for reproducible results. I haven't encounter any special issues with this cell line and the company has been very helpful providing me with all necessary information to establish my work. I highly recommend their iPSCs derived neurons as a good source of cells for neuroscience research."
bit.bio’s opti-ox™ cellular reprogramming enables the consistent manufacture of homogenous and mature hiPSCs derived functional neurons within days, offering access to the highest quality cellular CNS model with simple protocols.
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