CELL STEM CELL ARTICLE HIGHLIGHTS:

  • GMP-adapted dopamine differentiation protocol
  • 40-fold dopamine precursor increase on LN111 
  • High yield transplantable cells cut culture costs
  • Defined and xeno-free hESC culture on LN521
  • Timed FGF8b gives high yield of caudal VM cells
  • Unbiased predictive markers of graft outcome 
  • Good graft outcome correlates with markers of caudal VM and MHB
Full article by Kirkeby et al published in Cell Stem Cell. 
High yield of DA cells with LN111
Courtesy of Prof. Malin Parmar
TESTIMONIAL FROM
PROF. MALIN PARMAR

"We have struggled for a number of years to establish a GMP manufacturing process for generating DA neurons from human embryonic stem cells in order to develop a stem cell based therapy for Parkinson’s Disease. The recombinant laminins from Biolamina really made a world of difference! We now routinely use LN521 and EDTA for passaging the pluripotent stem cells and we have a greater efficiency than ever before. It also turns out that the DA progenitor cells love to grow on LN111 and after introducing this into our protocol we now have a high yield, high quality GMP differentiation ready to use”  More testimonials HERE
BioLamina offers new customers a 40% DISCOUNT on their first order of LN521 and LN111 for DA differentiation until December 31st. Use code DOPAMINE2016 and order through our web shop or via order@biolamina.com. GO TO SHOP NOW
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Please do contact me for information how our biologically relevant cell culture matrices can help advance your experiments and ultimately facilitate breakthrough science.

Kind regards,
THERÉSE KALLUR, PhD
Commercial Project Manager
Mobile: +46-707-660008
Email: therese.kallur@biolamina.com
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