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Umbilical cord-derived MSCs
Discover our different mesenchymal stem cell workflows and find the one that fits your experimental needs.
Our cell culture options provide reliable solutions for the maintenance and expansion of MSCs with preserved differentiation potential and immunomodulation ability.
The MSC Phenotyping Kit was developed for the standardized identification and phenotyping of cultured human MSCs by flow cytometry based on the defined ISCT standards.
We provide a variety of media options that support the differentiation of MSCs into adipocytes, osteoblasts, and chondrocytes. The different StemMACS Differentiation Media are suitable for the analysis or quality control of the differentiation capacity of expanded MSCs, as well as in vitro studies focusing on the processes involved in MSC differentiation, including gene expression and protein profiling.
Adipocytes stained with Oil Red O after cultivation of MSCs for 21 days in StemMACS AdipoDiff Medium.
Osteoblasts differentiated from human MSCs after cultivation for ten days in StemMACS OsteoDiff Medium stained with NBT substrate.
Chondrocytes stained for aggrecan (red) and nuclei (blue) after cultivation of MSCs for 21 days in StemMACS ChondroDiff Medium.
The suppression potential of MSCs varies among in vitro expanded cells and shows donor-dependent differences. MSCs can be “licensed” by inflammatory cytokines such IFN-γ and TNF-α to become more immunosuppressive and show a more homogeneous phenotype in this regard. The MSC Suppression Inspector, human was developed for standardized characterization of the immunomodulatory function of MSCs by co-culture with CD4+CD25– or CD4+ responder T (Tresp) cells