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GM23716-iPSC

eagle-i ID

http://shared.eagle-i.net/i/00000144-7fdb-1654-5797-c9ee80000000

Resource Type

  1. Induced pluripotent stem cell line

Properties

  1. Source Developmental Stage
    Embryo stage
  2. Source Human Subject
    GM23396-HS
  3. Exchange facilitator
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  4. Induction Reagents
    retroviral
  5. Karyotype Description
    46,XX
  6. Resource Description
    Induced pluripotent stem cell line derived from GM06111 Fibroblast. APPARENTLY HEALTHY FETAL TISSUE. The cell line submitted to the Repository frozen was recovered and expanded. The expanded line was evaluated for viability surface antigen expression and alkaline phosphatase activity. Pluripotency was assessed via embryoid body (EB) formation and directed differentiation toward cardiac neuronal and pancreatic lineages. Steady-state mRNA expression patterns of undifferentiated iPSC EB and differentiated iPSC were determined via real-time PCR. The line was evaluated for in vivo pluripotency via teratoma formation assay. Characterization data are included in the Certificate of Analysis.
  7. Access Restriction(s)
    MTA required
  8. Related Publication or Documentation
    NIGMS MTA
  9. Website(s)
    http://ccr.coriell.org/Sections/Search/Sample_Detail.aspx?Ref=GM23716&PgId=166
  10. Source Anatomical Structure
    Zone of skin
  11. Source Organism Type
    Homo sapiens
  12. Catalog Number
    GM23716
  13. Subject Age at Sampling
    16 FW
  14. Location
    NIGMS Repository (@Coriell)
 
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