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Which cells can Plasmax be used to culture?
PlasmaxTM has been used to successfully culture a number of cell lines including:
|Cell type||Tissue of origin||Cells status||Species|
|HepG2||Liver cancer||Established line||Human|
|HuH7||Liver cancer||Established line||Human|
|HuH6||Liver cancer||Established line||Human|
|BT549||Breast cancer||Established line||Human|
|MDA-MB-468||Breast cancer||Established line||Human|
|Cal120||Breast cancer||Established line||Human|
|LN18||Brain cancer||Established line||Human|
|Naive glioblastoma cells||Brain cancer||Low passage lines||Human|
|Small intestin organoid||Small intestine||Primary||Mouse|
|Mesenchimal stromal cells||Bone marrow||Primary||Human|
|Embryonic stem cells||Embryo||Primary||Human|
|Trophoblast stem cells||Placenta||Primary||Human|
Since its composition reflects that of human plasma, it should be suitable for many other cell types.
If you have specific cells you wish to use PlasmaxTM on, or would like further details on the cell lines mentioned above, we are happy to answer your question in more detail. Please contact us: [email protected]