stem cells from cord blood and bone marrow that are functionally pre-qualified in colony-forming cell
The colony-forming cell
assay is an in vitro assay used in the study of stem cells.
HemoGenix was the first company to provide a fully standardized ATP-based, in vitro bioluminescence assay system designed specifically as an alternative to, and in most cases a replacement for, the colony-forming cell
(CFC) assay used to detect stem and progenitor cells of the blood-forming system.
When we started ReachBio back in 2007, a large part of our business was comprised of performing hematopoietic colony-forming cell
assays (predominantly CFU-GM and CFU-Mk), to predict drug-induced neutropenia and thrombocytopenia.
Agreement gives PELOBIOTECH exclusive distribution rights to ColonyGEL(TM) media for colony-forming cell
assays and primary human cell products for research applications
By combining a traditional approach for examining stem cell differentiation with a fluorescent tool for measuring proliferation, HemoGenix provides a way to standardize and validate the widely-used stem cell colony-forming cell
HALO(R) is the 21st century answer and the only alternative to, and replacement for, the traditional colony-forming cell
(CFC) assay, first described in 1966.
The researchers studied a special population of cells, known as endothelial colony-forming cells
, found in cord blood, bone marrow and circulating blood.
Human and mouse hematopoietic colony-forming cells
Especially in the case of ESC freezing that employed only small number of colony-forming cells
are provided for the cryopreservation, however, the simplified program ought to further be optimized for increasing post-thaw survival (Miyamoto et al.
After 14 d of incubation, colony-forming cells
(CFCs) were counted under an inverted microscope and photographed.
Washington, July 20 ( ANI ): Endothelial colony-forming cells
(ECFCs) derived from human placenta are better for forming blood vessels than the ECFCs derived from umbilical cord blood, according to a new study.