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Rat Spinal Cord Neurons: RSpN

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Related Categories Cell Culture, Neurons, Primary Cell Culture, Primary Cells
biological source   Sinal cord from rat
growth mode   Adherent
morphology   Adherent. When cultured under the recommended conditions, cells arborize and form complex neurite network in one week.

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Application

Basic research on neural signals, somatosensory and motor functions, spinal cord injuries, diseases and degeneration, Friedreich′s ataxia, ALS, spinal muscular atrophies, disease mechanisms, pathophysiologies, drug screening and development, toxicity testing, immunostaining, live cell imaging, co-culturing, electrophysiology.

Packaging

R8814N-20 2,000,000 cells in Serum-free Freezing Medium

R8814N-40 4,000,000 cells in Serum-free Freezing Medium

Quality

Each lot was tested for proper morphology, Stain positive for β III-Tubulin, Negative for HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, mycoplasma, bacteria, and fungi.

General description

Rat Spinal Cord Neurons (RSpN) are derived from spinal cords of normal embryonic rat (gestation day 15).

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Safety Information

RIDADR 
NONH for all modes of transport
WGK Germany 
3

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