3T3-J2 Irradiated Feeders
PF-1100 Irradiated Feeder cells are used to support the expansion of epithelial cell lines in CR technology, together with CRM medium (cat # 276-101). Cells are irradiated to arrest cell proliferation while maintaining metabolic activity. Each vial of cells is sufficient to seed three T-25 flasks or one T-75 flask.
Unit of Measure
1 vial containing approximately 3 million cells
Vapor phase LN2
Conditional Reprogramming (CR) technology is a revolutionary new approach to generating unprecedented quantities of biologically important cell types ex vivo that retain the ability to re-adopt the relevant functionality of the tissues from which the cells originated.
When mature epithelial cells are introduced into CR culture conditions, they adopt a tissue-specific progenitor phenotype and become proliferative. Primary epithelial cells from airway tissues, retina, prostate, breast, intestine, pancreas, liver biliary duct and other tissues have all proven to be induced to replicate for extended periods under CR conditions. On removal from the CR culture conditions, these cells re-adopt their original differentiation state, hence the conditional nature of the process. No genetic modification is involved in the switch between the replicative and differentiated phenotypes, and no complex re-differentiation strategy is required for the cells to return to their normal functional phenotype. The technology has also been employed successfully to propagate cells from primary tumors, metastatic tumors and patient-derived xenografts.
A: Propagation of four tissue types using CR technology. Day 5 of culture shows large and distinct colonies of epithelial cells surrounded by irradiated feeder cells. B: Continued passaging of prostate and mammary cells in CR technology highlighting expansion potential of culture compared to respective cell type commercially available mediums.
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Radiation Induces Diffusible Feeder Cell Factor(S) That Cooperate With ROCK Inhibitor To Conditionally Reprogram And Immortalize Epithelial Cells. Palechor-Ceron N, Suprynowicz FA, Upadhyay G, Dakic A, Minas T, Simic V, Johnson M, Albanese C, Schlegel R, Liu X (2013) Am J Pathol 183(6): 1862-1870. PMID: 24096078
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