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Endothelial progenitor cells (EPCs) are cells that play a crucial role in the regeneration of endothelial lining in blood vessels. Due to their role in tissue regeneration, this unique cell type is often a focal point for those...(Expand Details) that are interested in regenerative medicine - a line of research where the goal is to find a means of repairing or replacing damaged human tissues.  These cells can also be used as a starting point for tissue engineering projects.

Features of our endothelial progenitor cells:

  • Can be provided as cryopreserved or proliferating cell formats
  • Human donors are negative for HIV-1, HBV and HCV
  • Delivered at the 4th passage
  • Guaranteed to proliferate for at least 2-3 more population doublings
  • Available in single vials or culture flasks
  • Can be provided in 24-, 96-, or 384-well formats upon request

In addition to providing ready to use endothelial progenitor cells, BioChain provides a suite of media and buffers for growth and preservation of these cell lines.

Starting with well-characterized cells lines, or properly QC'ed media and reagents will make it easier to produce results that adhere to the strictest of standards.  We help you avoid mistakes made due to unreliable starting materials, which can prove extremely costly in terms of money spent and time devoted to a research project.

BioChain wishes to be your provider for endothelial progenitor cells and related items

When conducting research in regenerative medicine you have more important things to worry about and spend your time on than finding a means of collecting endothelial progenitor cells.  Starting with our cell lines will both speed up your project, and ease your mind.  You won't need to worry about your starting materials.  Once you have purchased your endothelial progenitor cells, or after you've isolated your own, we also provide growth medium, freezing medium, and supplements.  These media and supplements are produced in large batches and quality controlled to allow you to worry about bigger things.