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Human Peripheral Blood CD34+ Cells

SKU: 10HU-102

Human Peripheral Blood CD34+ Cells

SKU: 10HU-102
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Starting at: $1,523.00

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10HU-102-0.5MSingle Donor, Cryopreserved, 1 vial (0.5 million cells/vial)Starting at: $2,343.00
10HU-102-0.2MSingle Donor, Cryopreserved, 1 vial (0.2 million cells/vial)Starting at: $1,523.00

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CD34, a transmembrane glycoprotein expressed on the surface of hematopoietic progenitor cells and small blood vessel endothelial cells, is regarded as a marker of hematopoietic stem cells (HSC) and hematopoietic progenitor cells [1]. CD34+ cells have been shown to possess colony-forming potential in short-term assays, maintain long-term colony-forming potential in in vitro cultures and allow the expression and differentiation of blood cells from different hematopoietic lineages in in vivo models [2]. The CD34+ Progenitor Cells contain two main cellular subpopulations, hematopoietic and endothelial progenitor cells. Therefore, CD34+ Progenitor Cells are suitable for a series of studies, e.g. directed differentiation into more committed types of blood cells and endothelial lineages.

iXCells Biotechnologies offers CD34+ Progenitor Cells from the peripheral blood of healthy donors. These cells are positively isolated using a direct immunomagnetic CD34 MicroBead labeling system. > 90% of the cells are CD34+ as showed by flow cytometric analysis of iXCells CD34+ Progenitor Cells.

Human perpheral blood CD34 cells

Figure 1: The representative flow cytometry analysis result of Human Peripheral Blood CD34+ Cells.


Product Details

Tissue Human peripheral blood
Package Size 0.2×106 cells/vial ;0.5×106cells/vial
Passage Number P0
Shipped Cryopreserved
Storage Liquid nitrogen
Growth Properties Suspension
Media Blood Cell Culture Medium (Cat# MD-0007)



[1] Julie S. Nielsen, Kelly M. McNagny (2008). “Novel functions of the CD34 family.” Journal of Cell Science 121, 3683-3692.

[2] M Engelhardt, M Lu¨bbert and Y Guo. (2002). “CD34+ or CD34− : which is the more primitive?.” Leukemia, 16:1603-1608.


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