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Mouse Inguinal Adipose SVF Preadipocyte Cell Line

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Catalogue Number 154033
Host Mouse
Relevance The mouse inguinal adipose SVF preadipocyte cell line is an ideal model for studying adipocyte biology. Adipose tissue is composed of different cell types (collectively called stromal vascular fraction, SVF) including mature adipocytes, precursor stem cells, preadipocytes, and fibroblasts. SVF isolated from White Adipose Tissue (WAT) can develop both white and brown-like adipocyte (brite or beige cell) phenotypes to be studied in vitro.
Production Details This cell line was derived from adipose tissue of a mouse inguinal fat pad
Research Area Other

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Ni et al. 2018. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 501(4):851-857. PMID: 29750960.

A novel role for PTK2B in cultured beige adipocyte differentiation.

Europe PMC ID: 29750960


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Ni et al. 2018. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 501(4):851-857. PMID: 29750960.

A novel role for PTK2B in cultured beige adipocyte differentiation.


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