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Rat Calvariae Osteoblasts

Catalog #: R-OST-583
Cryopreserved ampule of Rat Calvariae Osteoblasts containing ≥ 500,000 cells
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Product Overview

Ready-to-use Rat Calvariae Osteoblasts are dissociated from Sprague Dawley rat embryos. These cells offer an excellent model system for the study of osteoblastic growth and mineralization and can be used in research applications for bone disease, repair and formation.

Every cell lot is tested for the ability to form mineralized nodules. Additionally, you can conveniently measure mineralization with our OsteoImageTM Mineralization Assay (PA-1503).

Recommended Medium:  

Proliferation: Lonza's classical DMEM (12-604F) medium and MSCGMTM SingleQuotsTM Supplements (PT-4105)

Differentiation: Lonza's classical DMEM (12-604F) medium and hMSCTM Ostergenic Differentiation SingleQuotsTM Kit (PT-4120)

Benefits

  • Ready-To-Use 
  • No tissue dissection or animal handling required 
  • Increased data reproducibility
  • Characteristic morphology and staining tests confirm tissue origin and cell type
  • Negative for mycoplasma, bacteria, yeast and fungi
  • Certificate of Analysis (CoA) is available for every batch 

Content & Storage

Content

≥ 500,000 cells in a 0.25 mL cell suspension

Instructions

Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

Certificate of Analysis (CoA)

Please enter Lot Number, including all zeros, located on the product label and please take into account that it is case sensitive.

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