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Stem Cell Qualified Mouse Leukemia Inhibitory Factor

Published: Friday, October 28, 2011
Last Updated: Thursday, October 27, 2011
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AMSBIO recombinant mLIF - affordable and functionally tested with mouse ES cells.

AMSBIO has added mouse Leukemia Inhibitory Factor (mLIF) to its extensive range of stem cell research products.

Functionally tested with mouse ES cells, the affordably-priced AMSBIO recombinant mLIF combines both high quality and high activity.

Mouse Leukemia Inhibitory Factor is a lymphoid factor involved in a number of biological processes including neural and hematopoietic cell differentiation, bone and fat metabolism, and mitogenesis of certain factor dependent cell lines.

Mouse Leukemia Inhibitory Factor has a variety of effects on different cell types in vitro, inhibiting the differentiation of embryonic stem cells and promoting the survival and/or proliferation of primitive hematopoietic precursors and primordial germ cells.

The properties of this protein make it essential for culturing stem cells, enabling the long-term maintenance and propagation of undifferentiated mouse embryonic and induced pluripotent cells.

Research proven to deliver outstanding results - each batch of mLIF from AMSBIO is analyzed for purity ensuring very low endotoxin levels and the absence of pyrogenic and pro-inflammatory contaminants.

Each batch is tested on mouse ES cells for plating efficiency, colony formation, morphology and maintenance of the undifferentiated state.

The new recombinant mLIF is part of a range of AMSBIO stem cell products that includes mouse ES cells and mouse feeder cells, as well as qualified media and serum that offer reproducible performance and high consistency from batch-to-batch.

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