Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Human Cells in Action

Human Microvascular Retinal Endothelial Cells (HMRECS)
We have built the foundation of Neuromics on satisfied customers. We make a practice of following up with each user to make sure our solutions are working as expected. If not, we offer "no question asked" refunds or replacements.

This is especially important for our human cells, media, and supplements. Success with these is easy to measure as either the cells are healthy and happy or they are not.

We also use reviews and publications as another measure of satisfaction. Here I would l highlight the latest publication using our HREMCS. A. P. Da Cunha, Q. Zhang, M. Prentiss, X. Q. Wu, V. Kainz, Y. Y. Xu, J. Vrouvlianis, H. Li, N. Rangaswamy, B. Leehy, T. L. McGee, C. L. Bell, C. E. Bigelow, V. Kansara, Q. Medley, Q. Huang & H. Y. Wu. The Hierarchy of Proinflammatory Cytokines in Ocular Inflammation. Current Eye Research, Volume 43, 2018 - Issue 4 Published Online: 04 Dec 2017.

Images: Effect of HG (high glucose) and pro-inflammatory cytokines on connexin43 expression in HRMECs. Immunohistochemical data showing connexin43 expression in (A) normal medium; (B) HG (25 mM); (C) pro-inflammatory cytokines (IL-1β and TNF-α 10 ng/mL each); and (D) a combination of HG and pro-inflammatory cytokines inducing a change in cell morphology with signs of cell swelling, possibly owing to hemichannel opening (indicated by white arrows).

If you have questions or interest in any of these, please contact rose@neuromics.com or 866-350-1500.

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