StemExpress Tissue Collection
Human tissue is a critical component in the development and advancement of modern medicine. Having access to high-quality tissues facilitates ongoing research. To expedite this research, StemExpress provides easy access to IRB consented, regulatory compliant, and high-quality tissues from healthy and disease-state donors and patients.
Requirements for a project are not all the same and the needs of researchers can vary greatly. StemExpress' Tissue Collection service works closely with clients on their study design to achieve their specific objectives and ultimately the success of their research. By offering customizable options for the tissues we procure, we are able to provide researchers with the exact tissue needed for their project.
The ability to be flexible and agile regarding the needs of clients is a StemExpress priority.
Type of Tissue Collection:
- Bone marrow
- Whole peripheral blood
- Apheresis - Leukopaks® and Mobilized Leukopaks®
- Cord blood
- Maternal blood
- Disease-state blood
- Donor selection
- Tissue processing procedures
- Cell isolation and processing
- Multiple cell types from a collection
- Cell culture
- Custom vialing and cell counts
- Mobilization process
- Media and anticoagulants
- Shipping requirements
Having access to fresh blood products suited specifically for a project can be a challenge. To overcome this challenge, StemExpress became the only company in the industry to have multiple Stem Cell Collection Centers strategically located throughout the United States; Folsom, CA, Arlington, MA, San Diego, CA, and Rockville, MD. Each collection center has an on-site laboratory for processing tissue and isolating specific primary cell populations. Because of the strategic location of our collection centers, we offer same-day delivery by courier or direct pickup options for researchers close to one of our collection centers. All other deliveries are within 24hrs of collection.
Our collection centers provide quick access to high-quality fresh blood products and primary cells.