Improvement of in situ Follicular Activation and Early Development in Cryopreserved Human Ovarian Cortical Tissue by Co-Culturing with Mesenchymal Stem Cells.

Improvement of in situ Follicular Activation and Early Development in Cryopreserved Human Ovarian Cortical Tissue by Co-Culturing with Mesenchymal Stem Cells.

Follicle losses and network degeneration are major challenges in the ovarian tissue culture system. Mesenchymal (MSC) stem cells emit the cocktail of growth and cytokines that support adjacent cells and networks. The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of the human bone marrow (HBM) -MSC, as culture cells, in the development of follicular humans in ovarian cortical tissue (October). For this purpose, the OCT fraction was properly cultured along with HBM-MSC for 8 days and compared to October monoculture. During the cultural period, survival and development of ovarians in October was evaluated using histological observation, gene expression associated with follicular development, and estradiol production.

Furthermore, cell proliferation and apoptosis are assessed. The results showed that there was no significant difference in ovarian follicles which were preserved with normal morphology between the two groups. However, the percentage of follicular development, as well as the expression of follicular development gene, increased significantly in cultural groups compared to monoculture groups. On the other hand, compared to the monoculture group, the culture group showed a significant increase in cell proliferation, indicated by the expression of KI67 gene, and a dramatic decline in the percentage of apoptotic cells, revealed by the Tunel test. These findings indicate that the HBM-MSC co-cultivation with October can increase the activation of follicles and the development of initial follicles in the human ovarian network culture system.

The increase in the efficacy of Vivo from the clinical class of cryopreserved human hepatocytes in mice with acute liver failure.

Clinical clinical hepatocytes of short-term efficacy has been shown; However, some of the main limitations, mainly due to lack of organs, the lack of quality of insulated cells and low cells after transplantation, must be resolved to increase its efficacy in clinical applications. Cellular stress during isolation causes loss of unexpected cell attachment capabilities, which can be exacerbated by cryopreservation and disbursement. In this work, we focus on the use of good manufacturing practices (GMP) solutions compared to standard cryopreservation media, Wisconsin University media, for the purpose of improving the functional quality of cells and its ability to instill in vivo, with the idea of ​​establishing biobank from human hepatocytes Cryopreserved available for use their clinical.

We evaluate not only cell viability but also certain liver function indicators of functional performance of cells such as attachment efficiency, urogenic capabilities, phase and II enzyme enzyme activities and specific adhesion molecular expressions in vitro. In addition, we also assess and compare the efficacy of in vivo from hepatocytes of human hepatocytes in different media in the animal model of acute liver failure. Humatocytes of Cryopreserved Humans in GMP solutions new offers in vitro functionality better and in vivo compared to those who are cryopreserved in standard media. Overall, the results showed that the GMP solution tested newly maintained better liver function and, most importantly, showed better results in Vivo, which could imply an increase in the long-term efficacy when used in patients.

The genetic diagnosis of β-thalassemia preplantation uses short tandem repetition on cryopreserved human blastocythis.

This study aims to evaluate the application of short tandem repetitions (STRS) for the diagnosis of genetic prequlantation (PGD) β-thalassemia. This is a prospective study that appears at the Pregnant Hospital and Liuzhou Child Health. From May to December 2016, eight couples formed from two β-thalassemia operators underwent a procedure and PGD fertilization (IVF) in vitro. All couples and four family members / couples undergo blood testing. Genome amplification of all trophy cell cells is done. PCR products are used for link analysis of 15 strokus. Of the eight couples, 147 embryos were obtained and 86 blastokistas were formed. DNA from 82 Blastokista was successfully reinforced (95.4% amplification efficiency).

Improvement of in situ Follicular Activation and Early Development in Cryopreserved Human Ovarian Cortical Tissue by Co-Culturing with Mesenchymal Stem Cells.

Eighty Blastokista obtained a definite diagnosis. Among them, 24 blastokistas were diagnosed as normal, 38 blastokistas were diagnosed as heterozygous for β-thalassemia, and 18 homozygous blastokistas or heterozygous compounds. Two patients received a melting embryo and both had clinical pregnancies. These results indicate that in the PGD settings for β-thalassemia, after several displacement amplifications, the reverse dot hybridization combined with strs can be an effective, accurate, and practical clinical strategy to increase β-thalassemia detection in pairs that are at risk of transferring embryo. These results must be validated in a larger cohort.

Is the 7th day of the 7th culture for fertilizing in vitro from the oocyte of cryopreserved / warm man?

Human embryos are usually cultured to the Blastokyst stage on day 5 or 6 after insemination. However, some embryos grew slowly and reached the Blastokyst stage on Day 7. The level of direct birth. Acceptable birthday has been reported after the 7-blastocista day transfer is produced from the fresh oockey in vitro fertilization (IVF). It is not known whether an extended embryonic culture until the 7th day is needed for more ivf ocyte ivf to get a more transfer blastocist. In this study, 455 oocytes of 57 cycles were warmed, inseminated, and the resulting embryo was cultured by day 7 to test the development after the expanded culture.

Human Peripheral Blood CD3+ T Cells, Cryopreserved

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Human CellExp? Human CD40/ TNFRSF5, Human recombinant

9230-10
EUR 278

Human CellExp? Human CD40/ TNFRSF5, Human recombinant

9230-50
EUR 724

Human-to-Human Blocking Reagent

HTH008 8 ml
EUR 76

Human-to-Human Blocking Reagent

HTH015 15 ml
EUR 83

Human-to-Human Blocking Reagent

HTH100 100 ml
EUR 245

Human CellExp? CD38, human recombinant

P1014-10
EUR 207

Human CellExp? CD38, human recombinant

P1014-50
EUR 479

Human CellExp? CD45, human recombinant

P1015-10
EUR 251

Human CellExp? CD45, human recombinant

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EUR 457

Human CellExp? VSIG4, human recombinant

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EUR 207

Human CellExp? VSIG4, human recombinant

P1018-50
EUR 479

Human CellExp? TrkA, human recombinant

P1020-10
EUR 175

Human CellExp? NOV, human recombinant

P1022-10
EUR 196

Human CellExp? NOV, human recombinant

P1022-25
EUR 294

Human CellExp? EGFRvIII, human recombinant

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EUR 283

Human CellExp? LOXL2, human recombinant

P1084-10
EUR 153

Human CellExp? LOXL2, human recombinant

P1084-50
EUR 533

Human CellExp? CD83, Human recombinant

P1109-10
EUR 131

Human CellExp? CD83, Human recombinant

P1109-50
EUR 403

Human CellExp? CD160, human recombinant

P1110-10
EUR 142

Human CellExp? CD160, human recombinant

P1110-50
EUR 392

Human CellExp? CNDP1, Human recombinant

P1125-10
EUR 207

Human CellExp? CNDP1, Human recombinant

P1125-50
EUR 838

Human CellExp? VAPB, Human recombinant

P1135-10
EUR 131

Human CellExp? VAPB, Human recombinant

P1135-50
EUR 370

Human CellExp? Transthyretin, Human recombinant

P1138-20
EUR 185

Human CellExp? Transthyretin, Human recombinant

P1138-50
EUR 392

Human CellExp? Sclerostin, human recombinant

P1145-10
EUR 153

Human CellExp? Sclerostin, human recombinant

P1145-50
EUR 533

Human CellExp? SLITRK6, human recombinant

P1146-10
EUR 142

Human CellExp? SLITRK6, human recombinant

P1146-50
EUR 446

Human CellExp? LILRB2, human recombinant

P1147-10
EUR 131

Human CellExp? LILRB2, human recombinant

P1147-50
EUR 403

Human CellExp? ROR1, human recombinant

P1152-10
EUR 142

Human CellExp? ROR1, human recombinant

P1152-50
EUR 446

Human CellExp? DLL3, Human Recombinant

P1165-10
EUR 566

Human CellExp? DLK1, Human Recombinant

P1166-10
EUR 555

Human CellExp? Progranulin, Human Recombinant

4738-10
EUR 305

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4738-100
EUR 2273

Human CellExp? Renin, Human Recombinant

6300-10
EUR 164

Human CellExp? Renin, Human Recombinant

6300-100
EUR 784

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6300-50
EUR 501

Human CellExp? EPO, Human Recombinant

6447-10
EUR 539

Human CellExp? EPO, Human Recombinant

6447-50
EUR 1681

Human CellExp? HGF, Human Recombinant

6456-10
EUR 387

Human CellExp? HGF, Human Recombinant

6456-50
EUR 1398

Human CellExp? HGH, Human Recombinant

6457-10
EUR 338

Human CellExp? HGH, Human Recombinant

6457-50
EUR 1213

Human CellExp? Noggin, Human Recombinant

6474-10
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6474-50
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Human CellExp? SCF, Human Recombinant

6478-10
EUR 343

Human CellExp? SCF, Human Recombinant

6478-50
EUR 1333

Human CellExp? TPO, Human Recombinant

6483-10
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Human CellExp? TPO, Human Recombinant

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EUR 1980

Human CellExp? sCD14, Human Recombinant

7122-10
EUR 142

Human CellExp? sCD14, Human Recombinant

7122-50
EUR 359

Human CellExp? Thrombomodulin, Human Recombinant

7215-10
EUR 240

Human CellExp? Thrombomodulin, Human Recombinant

7215-50
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Human CellExp? BAFF, human recombinant

7222-10
EUR 256

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7223-10
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Human CellExp? EGF, human recombinant

7228-10
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7239-10
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7243-50
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Human CellExp? SPAM1, human recombinant

7247-10
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7247-50
EUR 1164

Human CellExp? UPA, human recombinant

7248-10
EUR 332

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7248-50
EUR 1104

Human CellExp? Furin, human recombinant

7249-10
EUR 457

Human CellExp? GAD1, human recombinant

7250-10
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EUR 408

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7267-10
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7371-10
EUR 245

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7371-50
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7383-10
EUR 234

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7385-10
EUR 278

Human CellExp? TNFRII, human recombinant

7394-10
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7411-10
EUR 289

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7412-10
EUR 245

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7412-50
EUR 697

Human CellExp? CD23, human recombinant

7435-10
EUR 262

Human CellExp? CD23, human recombinant

7435-50
EUR 718

Human CellExp? TIMP1, human recombinant

7440-10
EUR 305

Human CellExp? EPHB4, human recombinant

7451-100
EUR 718

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7451-20
EUR 272

Human CellExp? TFPI, human recombinant

7453-10
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Human CellExp? CD147, human recombinant

7455-10
EUR 245

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7455-50
EUR 697

Human CellExp? CD155, human recombinant

7462-10
EUR 245

Human CellExp? CD155, human recombinant

7462-50
EUR 697

Human CellExp? VLDLR, human recombinant

7464-10
EUR 245

Human CellExp? VLDLR, human recombinant

7464-50
EUR 697

Human CellExp? CADM1, human recombinant

7465-10
EUR 245

Human CellExp? CADM1, human recombinant

7465-50
EUR 697

Human CellExp? Transferrin, human recombinant

7467-100
EUR 751

Human CellExp? Transferrin, human recombinant

7467-20
EUR 278

Human CellExp? FOLR2, human recombinant

7471-10
EUR 234

Human CellExp? FOLR2, human recombinant

7471-50
EUR 669

Human CellExp? LDLR, human recombinant

7472-10
EUR 300

Human CellExp? LDLR, human recombinant

7472-50
EUR 827

Human CellExp? TFPI2, human recombinant

7481-10
EUR 300

Human CellExp? RBP4, human recombinant

7563-10
EUR 311

Human CellExp? RBP4, human recombinant

7563-50
EUR 865

Human CellExp? UNC5B, human recombinant

7576-10
EUR 272

Human CellExp?CD4, human recombinant

7834-100
EUR 718

Human CellExp?CD4, human recombinant

7834-20
EUR 267

Human CellExp? TIGIT, human recombinant

8015-10
EUR 349

Human CellExp? Azurocidin, human recombinant

8017-20
EUR 267

Human CellExp? CD163, Human recombinant

9226-10
EUR 305

Human CellExp? CD163, Human recombinant

9226-50
EUR 773

Human CellExp? BTLA, Human recombinant

9228-10
EUR 289

Human CellExp? BTLA, Human recombinant

9228-50
EUR 735

Human CellExp? CD28, Human recombinant

9237-10
EUR 224

Human CellExp? CD28, Human recombinant

9237-100
EUR 724

Human CellExp? CD19, Human recombinant

9246-10
EUR 267

Human CellExp? CD19, Human recombinant

9246-25
EUR 457

Human CellExp? PTPRD, Human Recombinant

P1184-10
EUR 153

Human CellExp? PTPRD, Human Recombinant

P1184-50
EUR 512

Human CellExp? KRAS, Human Recombinant

P1198-10
EUR 142

Human CellExp? KRAS, Human Recombinant

P1198-1000
EUR 2654

Human CellExp? KRAS, Human Recombinant

P1198-250
EUR 892

Human CellExp? KRAS, Human Recombinant

P1198-50
EUR 262

Human CellExp? Hemopexin, Human Recombinant

P1210-10
EUR 196

Human CellExp? Hemopexin, Human Recombinant

P1210-50
EUR 664

Human CellExp? ECE1, Human Recombinant

P1227-10
EUR 251

Human CellExp? ECE1, Human Recombinant

P1227-50
EUR 1012

Human CellExp? CD8b, Human Recombinant

P1244-10
EUR 240

Human CellExp? CD8b, Human Recombinant

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Human CellExp? CD8b, Human Recombinant

P1244-50
EUR 805

Human CellExp? ROR2, Human Recombinant

P1254-10
EUR 229

Human CellExp? VEGF110, Human Recombinant

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EUR 479

Human CellExp? Prolactin, Human Recombinant

P1311-10
EUR 153

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P1311-50
EUR 240

Human CellExp? Dermatopontin, Human Recombinant

P1319-10
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P1410-10
EUR 153

Human CellExp? CD177, Human Recombinant

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EUR 392

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P1430-10
EUR 403

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P1463-10
EUR 169

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P1463-50
EUR 501

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P1470-10
EUR 164

Human CellExp? Properdin, Human Recombinant

P1470-50
EUR 479

Human, CD79B Human Recombinant Protein, Sf9

PROTP40259-1 Regular: 10ug
EUR 317
Description: CD79B Human Recombinant produced in Sf9 Baculovirus cells is a single, glycosylated polypeptide chain containing 140 amino acids (29-159a.a.) and having a molecular mass of 16.3kDa (Molecular size on SDS-PAGE will appear at approximately 18-28 kDa).;CD79B is expressed with a 9 amino acid His tag at C-Terminus and purified by proprietary chromatographic techniques.

Human, CD200 Human Recombinant Protein, sf9

PROTP41217-1 Regular: 10ug
EUR 317
Description: CD200 Human Recombinant produced in Sf9 Baculovirus cells is a single, glycosylated polypeptide chain containing 444 amino acids (31-232a.a.) and having a molecular mass of 49.7kDa (Molecular size on SDS-PAGE will appear at approximately 57-70 kDa).;CD200 is expressed with a 242 amino acid hIgG-His tag at C-Terminus and purified by proprietary chromatographic techniques.

Human, Lumican Human Recombinant Protein, Sf9

PROTP51884-1 Regular: 10ug
EUR 317
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Human, CD300C Human Recombinant Protein, Sf9

PROTQ08708-1 Regular: 5ug
EUR 317
Description: CD300C Human Recombinant produced in Sf9 Baculovirus cells is a single, glycosylated polypeptide chain containing 163 amino acids (29-183a.a.) and having a molecular mass of 18kDa (Molecular size on SDS-PAGE will appear at approximately 28-40 kDa). CD300C is expressed with an 8 amino acid His tag at C-Terminus and purified by proprietary chromatographic techniques.

Human, Noggin Human Recombinant Protein, HEK

PROTQ13253 Regular: 10ug
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Description: Noggin Human Recombinant produced in HEK cells is a glycosylated homodimer, having a total molecular weight of 65kDa.;The Noggin is purified by proprietary chromatographic techniques.

Human, Noggin Human Recombinant Protein, Sf9

PROTQ13253-2 Regular: 5ug
EUR 317
Description: Noggin produced in Sf9 Insect cells is a single, glycosylated polypeptide chain containing 211 amino acids (28-232a.a.) and having a molecular mass of 23.8kDa. (Molecular size on SDS-PAGE will appear at approximately 28-40kDa).; Noggin is expressed with a 6 amino acid His tag at C-Terminus and purified by proprietary chromatographic techniques.

Human, SLAMF1 Human Recombinant Protein, Sf9

PROTQ13291-1 Regular: 10ug
EUR 317
Description: SLAMF1 Human Recombinant produced in Sf9 Baculovirus cells is a single, glycosylated polypeptide chain containing 226 amino acids (21-237a.a.) and having a molecular mass of 25.3kDa (Molecular size on SDS-PAGE will appear at approximately 28-40kDa).;SLAMF1 is expressed with a 6 amino acid His tag at C-Terminus and purified by proprietary chromatographic techniques.

Human, Periostin Human Recombinant Protein, HEK

PROTQ15063-1 Regular: 10ug
EUR 317
Description: Periostin Human Recombinant produced in HEK cells is a single, glycosylated, polypeptide chain (Asn22-Gln836) containing a total of 821 amino acids, having a calculated molecular mass of 91.8kDa and fused to a 6 aa His tag at C-Terminus.

Fifty-one blastokista of the 16 cycles of being used to examine the embryo Aneuploidies Day 7 Blastokista accounted for 15.6% of the total blastokist. The proportion of the top quality of the blastokist is lower on the 7th day than on day 5 or 6. However, there is no difference observed at the level of blastokyst aneuploid between days 5, 6 and 7. Similar clinical pregnancies, ongoing pregnancy and embryonic implantation rates Obtained after the 7th day of the Blastocyst transfer compared to day 5 or 6 blastocyst transfers. These results indicate that the embryo of the oocyte heating cycle must be cultured until 7 days if they do not reach the Blastokyst stage on the 6th day so that the number of blastokistas that can be used can be increased.

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