Stable HepG2 Expressing Murine ADH1 (VA-13) Cell Line
|T3195||1x106 cells / 1.0 ml|
|Description||Stable HepG2 Expressing Murine ADH1 (VA-13) Cell Line is recommended for use to study the production of acetaldehyde and its effects in dysfunctions in alcoholic liver disease. The cell line expresses mouse ADH1 (Class 1 Alcohol Dehydrogenase) which oxidizes allyl alcohol to produce toxic acetaldehyde. The Va-13 cells may use used to investigate ethanol metabolism.|
|Species||Human (H. sapiens)|
|Species description||Homo sapiens|
|Seeding Density||Thaw entire contents into an appropriate T25 flask as specified in the Propagation instructions.|
|Applications||For Research Use Only|
|Unit quantity||1x106 cells / 1.0 ml|
|Caution||For Research Use Only|
|Cell Type||Drug Discovery Cells|
Use of PriCoatTMT25 Flasks (G299) or Applied Cell Extracellular Matrix (G422) is required for cell adhesion to the culture vessels. Grow cells inECM-coated culture vessels unless otherwise specified in the Propagation Requirements below.The base medium for this cell line isPrigrow III medium available at abm, Cat. No. TM003. To make the complete growth medium, add the following components to the base medium: horse serum to a final concentration of 10% and Penicillin/Streptomycin Solution (G255) to a final concentration of 1%. Carbon dioxide (CO2): 5%, Temperature: 37.0°C.
|QC||1) 400 μg/mL zeocin for selection; 2) Redox state was measured by levels of lactate and pyruvate released in culture medium.|
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- Casey, CA et al. "Study of Ethanol-Induced Golgi Disorganization Reveals the Potential Mechanism of Alcohol-Impaired N-Glycosylation" Alcohol Clin Exp Res 40(12):2573-2590 (2016). DOI: 10.1111/acer.13247.
- Clemens, DL et al. "Relationship between acetaldehyde levels and cell survival in ethanol-metabolizing hepatoma cells" Hepatology 35(5):1196-1204 (2002). PubMed: 11981770.