R&D Systems offers a range of specialized tools for culturing and maintaining a wide variety of cell types under both serum and serum-free conditions.
Stem Cell Products
R&D Systems offers a wide range of products for the study of embryonic and induced pluripotent, neural, mesenchymal, hematopoietic, and cancer stem cells. We provide primary cells, culture media, and kits for expansion and differentiation. In addition, we offer a variety of products for assessing the differentiation status of cell lines based on the expression of lineage-specific protein markers.
iMEFs, conditioned media, and marker panels to maintain, expand, and monitor differentiation of ESCs and iPS.
Cortical stem cells, along with media, expansion kits, and functional identification kits for directing and characterizing cells along the neuronal lineage.
Media, supplements, and functional identification kits for promoting and monitoring MSC progression to osteogenic, adipogenic, or chondrogenic lineages.
Media, supplements, and enrichment reagents to study HSCs, as well as colony forming cell assay reagents.
Malignancy-specific markers and complete kits to facilitate the identification and isolation of specific CSC populations.
Cell Culture Products
Optimized reagents for the differentiation or expansion of defined leukocyte cell populations.
Pre-coated microplates for culturing adherent cell lines and quantifying cell adhesion.
Recombinant Extracellular Matrix (ECM) proteins for promoting cell adhesion.
Form continuous sheets of specialized extracellular matrix that provide an interface between endothelial, epithelial, muscle, or neuronal cells and their adjacent stroma.
In vivo and in vitro assays for assessing angiogenic processes.
Fluorescence-based assays for investigating chemotaxis, cell migration, and cell invasion.
A highly sensitive, high-throughput microplate-based assay designed to detect eukaryotic cell culture contamination.
Resazurin redox-sensitive dye, Poly-L-Lysine, Holo-Transferrin, and cell culture plates
To evaluate tumor cell proliferation, viability, and invasion in vitro