iPSC-Derived Neural Cells
Pluripotent stem cells are inherently difficult to maintain in culture, as they require meticulous quality control and standardization, and they must be made readily available to the research community. The introduction of human induced pluripotent (HIP™) stem cells (iPSC) from reprogrammed or de-differentiated adult cells has revolutionized stem cell research. The new iPSC are a potentially valuable course of in vitro models for complex, polygenic human diseases, and are potentially useful for drug discovery and cell-based therapy applications. Human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived neural stem cells and neurons provide researchers the cells necessary to research diseases such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and ALS.
At MTI-GlobalStem, we provide the highest quality neural cells, cell culture media and other essential reagents to help move your research forward. HIP™ cells are human iPSC-derived cells.
iPSC-derived neural cell products
- HIP™ Neural Stem Cells
- HIP™ Neural Stem Cells (BC1 Line)
- HIP™ Neurons (Human iPSC-derived)
See also our FAQs regarding Human Induced Pluripotent-Derived Neural Cells