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  • Instructions - Skeletal Muscle Cell System, SkMC
    Technical Instructions for culturing Clonetics™ Skeletal Muscle Cells
  • TechSheet - Skeletal Muscle Myoblast Cell Systems
    Technical information for CloneticsTM Skeletal Muscle Myoblasts
  • TechSheet - Skeletal Muscle Cell System, SkMC
    Technical information sheet for Clonetics TM Skeletal Muscle cells
  • Supplemental Inst. - HSMM Differentiation to Form Myotubes
    Supplemental myotube differentiation instructions for ClonticsTM Human Skeletal Muscle Myoblasts
  • Tech/Instruction Sheet - Conditionally Immortalized Skeletal Muscle Cells
    Technical information and instructions for culturing CloneticsTM Conditionally Immortalized Human Skeletal Muscle Cells
  • CloneticsTM and PoieticsTM Disease Cells
    In Vivo Relevance. In Vitro Results. Product listings on Poster Six disease cell lines are identified:Airway, Skeletal Muscle,Adipose, Cardiac, Renal and Dermal
  • Bioscience Solutions Catalog 2018
    Catalog-Chapter3-Hepa-Products-2018.pdf
  • Primary Normal Human Cells and Media
    In Vivo Relevance. In Vitro Results. Updated and revised cell content. New in print
  • Supplemental Inst. – Cryopreservation (NOT Guaranteed)
    Supplemental instructions for suggested cryopreservation protocol for CloneticsTM and PoieticsTM primary cells
  • Metabolism_Brochure_CoBrand_Form
    This is a co-marketing form for distributors. There is a restricted space on the cover next to the Lonza logo and on the back below the market bar. Art for placement MUST be a PDF. In addition there is space on the back cover for a web address at the top and contact and disclaimers.   Please look for the instruction PDF in the literature DB Article number CD-FO006Inst
  • Metabolic Research Tools for Biologically Relevant Results
    Lonza gives you what you need for biologically relevant results, from high-quality primary cells, through efficient transfection technology, to a wide range of analysis tools.
  • Supporting In Vitro ADMETox with an Advanced Portfolio of Primary Cells and Media
    Your tools to Get Started on Primary Cell Culture for ADMETox Applications
  • Bioscience Solutions Catalog 2018
    Catalog-Chapter2-Primary-Cells-2018.pdf
  • Primary Cells and Media Reference Guide
    A comprehensive collection of primary cells and media products supporting many research areas Cryopreserved Human Primary Cells Cryopreserved Animal Primary Cells Cryopreserved Hepatocytes Fresh Human and Animal Primary Cells
  • Cancer Research Tools for Biological Relevance
    Learn how Lonza products can aide in your cancer research
  • Viable Cells - Proliferating CloneticsTM Cells Chart
    Lonza_ProductDataSheets_Viable_Cells_-_Lonza_Clonetics_Proliferating_Cells_Chart.pdf
  • eBook by The Scientist and Lonza: Primary Cells in Research
    An ebook produced in conjunction with The Scientist highlighting Primary Cells, Primary Cell Culture Process, In Vitro, and Relevant In Vitro Models.
  • L6 Transfection Protocol - NucleofectorTM 1/2 Device Series
    Instructions of use for transfection of L6cells with the Cell Line Nucleofector™ Kit R
  • Gene Expression Differences in Airway Epithelial Cells from Asthma or COPD Donors
    Access to diseased primary cells from patients diagnosed with COPD or asthma provides a convenient, biologically relevant model to assess genetic and in some cases phenotypic changes from normal, healthy donor tissues. In this study, we grew human bronchial epithelial (HBE) cells from normal, COPD-, and asthma-diagnosed human donor lung tissues in an air-liquid interface (ALI) model to assess potential phenotypic changes in vitro as well as provide a differentiated layer of cells to harvest for gene expression studies using the StellARray™ Gene Expression System.
  • Respiratory and Cardiovascular Research – Tools for Biologically Relevant Results
    Learn how Lonza can support your respiratory and cardiovascular research
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