Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Primary Hypothalamic Neurons Cultures

Our customers have had great success dissociating and culturing our Fresh E18 and E20Rat Primary Neuronal Tissue. They have proven useful for a variety of cell based assays.

Here're several publications referencing use of the neurons:

  • Lisette T. Arnaud, Natura Myeku and Maria E. Figueiredo-Pereira. Proteasome–caspase–cathepsin sequence leading to tau pathology induced by prostaglandin J2 in neuronal cells. Journal of Neurochemistry. Volume 110 Issue 1, Pages 328 - 342 .
  • Karunya K. Kandimalla1, Olenych G. Scott, Smita Fulzele1, Michael W. Davidson, Joseph F. Poduslo. Mechanism of Neuronal versus Endothelial Cell Uptake of Alzheimer's Disease Amyloid β Protein. PLoS ONE 4(2): e4627. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0004627.

    The most challenging of our neurons to culture are from the microdissect E18 rat Hypothalamus. Big Kudos to Dr. Dan Ryder for his excellent job culturing them. He also generously shared these images: (A) 5X1 (B) 40X5 Brightfield.

  • Related Reagents:
    STEMEZ(TM) hN2 Human Neurons Discovery Kit
    Frozen Primary Rat Cortical Neurons

    E18 Rat Primary Neuronal Tissue - ASTROCYTE CULTURES

    Neuron/Glial Marker Antibodies

    Neurotrophins-Neuron/Glial Marker Recombinant Proteins

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