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Stem Cell Webinar Series

We are committed to providing expert scientific support to advance your stem cell research. The following webinars will introduce you to some of our valuable tools that will enable you to perform good science.

Gene Editing of Human iPS Cells—An Optimized Culture System for Creating Highly Pluripotent, Edited Clonal Lines

Topics include:

  • Introduction to gene editing with pluripotent stem cells—learn about the challenges and downstream applications
  • Gene editing with the Cellartis DEF-CS 500 Culture System—monolayer format enables the survival of edited single cells and the pluripotency of the resulting clonal lines
  • Endogenous CD81 knockout experiments—the DEF-CS system results in successful editing, cloning, expansion, and maintenance of stemness markers

Order the Cellartis DEF-CS 500 Culture System now

Single-Cell Cloning of Human iPS Cells—An Optimized Culture System for Creating Highly Pluripotent, Edited Clonal Lines

Topics include:

  • Introduction to gene editing with pluripotent stem cells—learn about the challenges and downstream applications
  • Single-cell cloning with the Cellartis DEF-CS 500 Culture System—monolayer format improves hiPS cell quality and enables single-cell culture
  • Comparison between the Cellartis system and competitors’ systems for single-cell cloning—the DEF-CS culture system enables the highest survival and pluripotency

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A Complete Culture System for Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells

Topics include:

  • Solutions for maintaining human induced pluripotent stem cell lines—feeder-free, defined conditions and single-cell enzymatic passaging provide unparalleled experimental flexibility
  • DEF-CS culture system as a complete solution to purity issues—promotes homogeneous undifferentiated cells with virtually no spontaneous differentiation
  • Description of the step-by-step protocol—includes passaging, guidelines for cell line transfer from other systems, and applications

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Insulin-Secreting Human iPSC-Derived Beta Cells for Reproducibly Modeling and Understanding Disease

Topics include:

  • Beta cell characteristics and incretin response—ideal for diabetes research, with expected RNA and protein expression of relevant markers (e.g., insulin, MAFA, and NKX6.1)
  • Suitability for in vitro assays—cells express mature beta-cell markers including insulin, and demonstrate glucose-stimulated insulin secretion (GSIS) after cryopreservation
  • Speeding up your drug-discovery process—we produce functional iPSC-derived cell models, helping you understand disease biology and find better drug candidates

Order the Cellartis hiPS Beta Cells (from ChiPSC12) Kit now

Human iPSC-Derived Hepatocytes—Innovative Tools for Disease Modeling, Drug Discovery, and Liver Toxicity Studies

Topics include:

  • Description of a standardized hepatocyte differentiation protocol—validated on 25 different hiPS cell lines, without the need for optimization
  • Development of panels of hiPSC-derived hepatocytes with diverse genetic backgrounds—ideal for drug metabolism and safety studies
  • Applications for disease modeling and safety toxicology—start with any patient-specific hiPS cell lines or our ready-made hiPS-HEP cells

Order the Cellartis iPS Cell to Hepatocyte Differentiation System now

Order Cellartis Enhanced hiPS-HEP cells now

Stem Cell Derived Hepatocytes for Use in In Vitro Toxicology Applications

Topics include:

  • Maintenance of high batch-to-batch consistency—inexhaustible supply of cells from the same genetic background
  • Demonstration of adult hepatic functionalities—substantial, stable expression of drug metabolizing enzymes
  • Applications for toxicology and disease modeling—ideal for use in high content analysis and viability assays

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