Human Dermal Fibroblasts
Cells are isolated from adult abdominal dermal explants and provided either cryopreserved or in a variety of plated formats. Dermal Fibroblasts are available from donors with and without Type 2 diabetes. Donor information regarding gender, age, and BMI are provided. ZenBio provides at least 1x106 cells in each cryopreserved vial of dermal fibroblasts.
Donor matched sets of dermal fibroblasts, keratinocytes, and preadipocytes (or cultured adipocytes) are also available.
All cells have been tested for fibroblast morphology and viability.
Cells have tested negative for HIV-1, HIV-2, HTLV-1, HTLV-2, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and mycoplasma.
Human Dermal Fibroblasts
|DF-F||Cryopreserved, Adult Dermal Fibroblasts (1x106 cells)||Vial||$263.00|
|DFD-F||Cryopreserved, Adult Dermal Fibroblasts, DIABETIC, (1x106 cells)||Vial||$469.00|
|DFN-F||Cryopreserved, Neonatal Dermal Fibroblasts (0.5 x 106 cells)||Vial||$295.00|
|DF-F-PS||Cryopreserved, Adult Dermal Fibroblasts, PSORIASIS Donor, (1x106 cells)||Vial||$705.00|
Dermal Fibroblasts matched with Subcutaneous Preadipocytes
|DFMP-F||Cryopreserved, Matched Donor Set: Dermal Fibroblasts (1x106 cells) and Subcutaneous Preadipocytes (2 x 106)||2 Vials||$736.00|
Human Dermal Fibroblast Media
All ZenBio media products are ready-to-use when purchased, no mixing of growth factors or antibiotics is necessary. All media products are available as phenol-red free, serum-free, or specifically customized to meet your research needs.
Dermal fibroblast basal medium
Basal medium contains essential requirements for dermal fibroblasts. It can be supplemented with factors for specific research purposes. The medium is available in 500ml bottles and is ready-to-use upon arrival.
Dermal fibroblast culture medium
This medium contains specific growth factors necessary for optimal expansion of human dermal fibroblasts. The medium is available in 500ml bottles and is ready-to-use upon arrival.
Dermal fibroblast cryopreservation medium
Cryopreservation medium is used for long-term cryopreservation of human dermal fibroblasts. This medium has been specifically formulated for optimized recovery of dermal fibroblasts after thawing. It is available in 100ml bottles.
Dermal Fibroblast Media
|DF-1||Dermal Fibroblast Culture Medium||500 ml||$93.00|
|DF-2||Dermal Fibroblast Basal Medium||500 ml||$93.00|
|DFM-100||Dermal Fibroblast Cryopreservation Medium||100 ml||$100.00|
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