Stem Cell Culture &
Cell Reprogramming

April 2014  

News Highlight

Safe Feeder Layers for iPSC reprogramming & maintenance

Reprogramming-Qualified Newborn Human Foreskin Fibroblasts (NuFF-RQ™) are feeder layers pre-validated for mRNA cellular reprogramming. These human fibroblasts support mouse and/or human pluripotent stem cell cultures over multiple passages.

  • Pre-Inactivated (Irradiated)
  • Ready-to-Use - Untreated or mitomycin C treated
  • High Quality & Reproducibility - lot-to-lot consistency

mRNA for
iPSC generation

Reprogramming mRNAs and modified nucleotides

For difficult-to-reprogram cells or to overcome antiviral response resistance during cell reprogramming, a possible effective experimental alternative is the use of individual mRNA constructs (capped, 5-Methlcytidine-5'-Triphosphatepolyadenylated...).

These reprogramming mRNAs mimick fully processed mature mRNAs encoding for reprogramming factors (eg. RNA iPS cells described by Warren et al. in 2010).

Product Focus

Conveniently verify pluripotency of your cells

The iPSC Antibody Sampler Kit contains antibody samples (25ul) for the specific detection of the four Yamanaka transcription factors (Oct4, Sox2, KFL4, c-myc), plus the Stage-Specific Embryonic Antigen-4 (SSEA-4).

miProfile™ Human iPS miRNA qPCR arraysReagents and Services by tebu-bio

Profile 168 miRNAs identified for their association with stem cell homeostasis and differentiation with this ready-to-use and reproducible array

  • Sensitive - Detect miRNA from as little as 10 pg of small RNA or 20 pg of total RNA
  • Specific - Distinguish miRNAs with single nucleotide mismatches

Current news

Chemical approach for efficient and fast cell reprogramming

Small molecules are today one of the most promising fields in cell reprogramming and lineage-specific differentiation. Used together with classical reprogramming genes or in combination with other active compounds, such molecules influence cell fate and reprogramming efficiency in a drastic way.

Every month, tebu-bio's experts introduce new small molecules dedicated to stem cell research with the best price / quality ratio. [Read more...]

Lentiviral Particles ready for transfection (Human iPS miRNA PCR)

  • Pre-made iPSC Gene Lentivirus: c-Myc, Klf4; Oct4; Sox2, Nanog, Lin28, CRE recombinase, FLP recombinase, HIV tat...
  • High titers for long-term expression in vivo and in vitro
  • Custom design & production on request
Lentiviral Particles ready for Transfection
› Access hundreds of pre-made ORF cDNA lentiviral particles for easy cell reprogramming


Cost-effective serum replacement supplement for pluripotent Stem Cell culture

PluriQ™ highly optimises the growth of undifferentiated Human pluripotent stem cells in feeder-cell based systems.

  • A robust and economic alternative to KSOR
  • Multipotency maintainance with normal karyotype seen after 20 passages
› Try PluriQ™ with 15% discount!

Anti-Telomerase Catalytic Subunit (hTERT)

  • Specific detection of Human & Mouse TERT
  • Guaranteed for ELISA, IF, IHC IP, WB
› Get your Anti-hTERT antibody

High Quality Cytokines for optimal in vitro cell culture

Purified Human, Murine or Rat active recombinant proteins for your iPSC and Stem Cell culture: LIF, Activin-A and -B, BMPs, SCF, Vitronectin...
› Select only the best cytokines & growth factors for your Stem Cell research

Technical Corner

Drop to bi-weekly feeding of your stem cell cultures!

  • Reduction of media changes by 67% - significant savings on media
  • Decrease in spontaneous differentiation - better culture quality
  • No revolution to your protocols - compatible with your current
    media & culture conditions
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