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Human mc-iPS Cell Line (nonviral, non-integrative)

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Nonviral and non-integrating minicircle (mc) DNA technology available as well as a Human mc-iPS Cell Line The minicircle DNA features easy-to-transfect molecules that have an extended expression lifespan in cells to efficiently reprogram somatic cells to the pluripotent state. After 21 days, the non-integrating mc-DNAs disappear and the iPS cells are fully reprogrammed. SBI offers the pre-made, ready-to-transfect 4-in-1 minicircle reprogramming DNA as well as the Human mc-iPS Cell line highlighted in Nature Methods, A nonviral minicircle vector for deriving human iPS cells. Jia F, et al., 2010 Mar;7(3):197-9. The mc-iPS Cell Line was derived from adult human adipose stem cells (hASCs).
Product Human mc-iPS Cell Line (nonviral, non-integrative)
Company System Biosciences
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Catalog Number SC301A-1
Quantity 2x10^5 cells
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System Biosciences
265 North Whisman Rd. Mountain View, CA 94043, USA

Tel: 1.650-968-2200
Fax: 1.650.968.2277
Email: info@systembio.com



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