Induction of differentiation from hiPSCs to hepatoblast-like cells / Induction of differentiation from hiPSCs to corneal epithelial cells
Laminin–111 (iMatrix-111) is a protein of the type known as laminin isoforms. It was among the first of the laminin isoforms to be discovered. The "111" identifies the isoform's chain composition of α1β1γ1. This protein plays an important role in embryonic development. Injections of this substance are used in treatment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy, and its cellular action may potentially become a focus of study in cancer research.
iMatrix-332 is a recombinant human laminin-332 E8 fragment protein expressed in Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO)-S cells. iMatrix-332 contains the integrin-binding site of the laminin-332 molecule. iMatrix-332 is useful for differentiation of iPSC and ESCs into corneal epithelial cells. iMatrix332 also supports the culture of the other cells adhering to laminin-332 such as keratinocytes.
|iMatrix-111||892071||4°C||2 x 175 µg||430.00||Buy|
|iMatrix-111||892072||4°C||6 x 175 µg||1,190.00||Buy|