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MicroRNA-9 inhibits hyperglycemia-induced pyroptosis in human ventricular cardiomyocytes by targeting ELAVL1.

Jeyabal, P., et al.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.


doi: 10.1016/j.bbrc.2016.02.065.

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NBR1 enables autophagy-dependent focal adhesion turnover.

Kenific, CM., et al.
J Cell Biol. (2016) 212(5): 577-90. (2016)


doi: 10.1083/jcb.201503075.

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Characterizing primary human microglia: A comparative study with myeloid subsets and culture models.

Melief, J., et al.
Glia. (2016) 64(11): 1857-68.


doi:10.1002/glia.23023.

Testimonials

ABM has always been very helpful with technical assistance in any of our questions and concerns. I also consider the price for the services provided as very competitive, as other companies charge a multiple of ABM's price. I would highly recommend ABM's service to any customer interested in custom-made pluripotent stem cells.

Dr. Cameron Moshfegh
ETH Zurich

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I really like to order from ABM as the ordering process is fairly straight forward and the documentation provided, especially with the cell lines, is very well detailed and complete.

Nancy Petitclerc
Immuni T

Immortalized Cell Lines

We are quite happy with the knockout cells that you made. This was a tricky knockout and hemizygous removal was much more prevalent than the double knockout, but you did it. In addition to your excellent genomic sequence characterization of both mutant LIF alleles, I have confirmed in our lab that the tumor cells have lost all mouse LIF production.

Dr. Robert Jackman
Boston University

Mouse LIF CRISPR Knock Out C26 Tumor Cell Line Generation and Screening Service

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  1. Sku: T6102
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    Unit: 1x106 cells / 1.0 ml
    Luciferase Stable IGR-CaP1 Cell Line was derived from primary prostate cancer. To obtain the IGR-CaP1 cells, a retrovirus was used expressing the luciferase gene (pMEGIX-Luc vector), carrying an expression cassette encoding the firefly luciferase...


  2. Sku: T8285
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    Unit: 1x106 cells / 1.0 ml
    LuMa Cells were derived from a canine prostate carcinoma of a 13-year old, mixed breed, neutered dog. This LuMa cell line has been trasnduced with a luciferase reporter, enabling the use of bioluminescent imaging to monitor tumor grwoth. LuMa cells...


  3. Sku: T8284
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    Unit: 1x106 cells / 1.0 ml
    LuMa Cells were derived from a canine prostate carcinoma of a 13-year old, mixed breed, neutered dog. LuMa cells metastasize to the appendicular and axial skeleton after injection into the left cardiac ventricle in mice and produce osteoblastic bone...


  4. Sku: T8283
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    Unit: 1x106 cells / 1.0 ml
    FM Cells were derived from a canine prostate carcinoma. This FM cell line has been transduced with a luciferase reporter which allows for monitoring of tumor growth using bioluminescent imaging. FM cells metastasize to the appendicular and axial...


  5. Sku: T8282
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    Unit: 1x106 cells / 1.0 ml
    FM Cells were derived from a canine prostate carcinoma. FM cells metastasize to the appendicular and axial skeleton after injection into the left cardiac ventricle in mice.


  6. Sku: T8281
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    Unit: 1x106 cells / 1.0 ml
    Ace-1 cells were derived from a dog with spontaneous prostate cancer. Ace-1 cells metastasize primarily to the appendicular and axial skeleton after injection into the left cardiac ventricle in mice. Ace-1 cells can be xenografted to...


  7. Sku: T8280
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    Unit: 1x106 cells / 1.0 ml
    Ace-1 cells were derived from a dog with spontaneous prostate cancer. Ace-1 cells metastasize primarily to the appendicular and axial skeleton after injection into the left cardiac ventricle in mice. Ace-1 cells can be xenografted to...


  8. Sku: T8279
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    Unit: 1x106 cells / 1.0 ml
    Leo cells were derived from a dog with spontaneous prostate cancer. Leo cells metastasize to the brain, spinal cord and to the appendicular and axial skeleton after injection into the left cardiac ventricle in mice. T8278 cells have been transduced...


  9. Sku: T8278
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    Unit: 1x106 cells / 1.0 ml
    Leo cells were derived from a dog with spontaneous prostate cancer. Leo cells metastasize to the brain, spinal cord and to the appendicular and axial skeleton after injection into the left cardiac ventricle in mice. T8278 will be a valuable model to...


  10. Sku: T8277
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    Unit: 1x106 cells / 1.0 ml
    Probasco cells were derived from a mixed breed dog that had spontaneous prostate cancer. Probasco cells were shown to metastasize to the appendicular and axial skeleton after injection into the left cardiac ventricle in mice and produce osteoblastic...

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