Whole Bone Marrow, Fresh, Na-Heparin

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Category: Bone Marrow
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BMNAH010F 10mL $433 USD
BMNAH020F 20mL $922 USD
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BMNAH050F 50mL $1,976 USD
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Product Description
Human bone marrow is the tissue where new blood cells are produced. It is a rich source of hematopoietic stem cells and immature cells that give rise to different lineages of mature cells, such as red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets, within the peripheral blood. Bone marrow is also a source of mesenchymal stem cells (marrow stromal cells) that can differentiate into the connective tissue of the body. Cells from the bone marrow are used in studies pertaining to cancer research, transplantation studies, regenerative medicine, and translational medicine.

Fresh human whole bone marrow is collected from healthy IRB consented donors that are negative for HBV, HCV, and HIV. Whole bone marrow is aspirated from up to a maximum of 4 sites on the posterior iliac crest using a 30cc syringe containing the anticoagulant Na-heparin.

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More Information
Species Human
Disease State Healthy
Cell and Tissue Source Bone Marrow
Product Type Whole
Donor Attributes HIV-, HepB-, HepC-
Format Fresh
Anticoagulant Na-Heparin

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Publications

  • 1 Adair et al. (2016) Semi-automated closed system manufacturing of lentivirus gene-modified haematopoietic stem cells for
    gene therapy
    . Nat Commun 7: 13173.
    Abstract
  • 2 Kalomoiris et al. (2016) Fibroblast Growth Factor 2 Regulates High Mobility Group A2 Expression in Human
    Bone Marrow-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells
    . Cell Biochem 117(9): 2128-37.
    Abstract
  • 3 Karuna et al. (2018) Identification of a WNT5A-Responsive Degradation Domain in the Kinesin Superfamily Protein KIF26B. Genes 9(4), 196; doi:10.3390/genes9040196. Abstract

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