4 CFC/CFU Differentiation Assay Kit | Human Cells VIII (BN00577)

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4 CFC/CFU Differentiation Assay Kit | Human Cells VIII

4 is a miniaturized, in vitro colony-forming cell (CFC) or unit (CFU) differentiation assay that detects the differentiation ability and/or potential of lympho-hematopoietic stem, progenitor or precursor cells to form colonies in semi-solid methylcellulose. Unlike the traditional assay, StemfateTM-4 assay utilizes specially designed 35mm petri dishes containing 4 mini-wells (0.1 ml each) which allow colonies to be easily viewed, differentiated and counted up to the edge of the well. The StemFateTM-4 assay kit includes a superior Master Mix to support optimal growth and enumeration of your lympho-hematopoietic cell population of interest, including erythroid progenitors (CFU-E and BFU-E), granulocyte/macrophage progenitors (CFC-GM, CFU-M, CFU-G), multi-potential granulocyte, erythroid, macrophage and megakaryocyte progenitors (CFU-GEMM), etc., in just 10-14 days.

Figure: An example of a BFU-E (Burst forming unit-erythroid) colony: These are early committed erythroid progenitor cells.

Key Information Description

Product SKU

BN00577

Size

50 assays

Kit Summary

  • Simple, complete Stem Cell Differentiation Assay Kit
  • CFUs are formed in semi-solid methylcellulose
  • Includes 35 mm petri dishes (4 wells)
  • Target populations: Megakaryocyte

Species Reactivity

Human

Applications

  • Basic, applied, and veterinary research
  • Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation and cord blood bank processing laboratories

Features and Benefits

  • Simple, complete Stem Cell Differentiation Assay Kit
  • CFUs are formed in semi-solid methylcellulose
  • Includes 35 mm petri dishes (4 wells)
  • Target populations: Megakaryocyte

Kit Components

  • 4-well, 35 mm Petri Dishes
  • StemFateTM-4 Master Mix VIII

Storage Conditions

-20°C

Shipping Conditions

Gel Pack

USAGE

For Research Use Only! Not For Use in Humans.

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