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iPSC and Differentiated Cells from the CIRM iPSC Repository

Now Available –  iPSC and an Expanded Range of MyCell Disease Lines

Created using Cellular Dynamics’ “footprint-free” episomal vector methodology, the CIRM iPSC Repository is the largest publicly available stem cell bank with approximately 1,500+ iPSC lines and growing. By the culmination of the project, this repository will contain over 3,000 samples including cells from:

  • Healthy donors (279)
  • Liver diseases (145)
  • Cardiomyopathies (452)
  • Blinding eye diseases (330)
  • Autism and neurodevelopmental disorders (333)
  • Alzheimer’s disease (165)
  • Lung diseases (308)

Available as iPSC and in a Variety of Differentiated Tissue Cell Types

Cellular Dynamics is making the CIRM iPSC Repository available as both undifferentiated iPSCs and as MyCell® differentiated disease models. For differentiated cells, you simply choose the iPSC line and one of these MyCell cell types:

  • Cardiomyocytes
  • Endothelial cells
  • Neurons
  • Macrophages

With more than 1,500+ unique disease model lines and controls and five options for the differentiated cell type, the combination of CIRM and MyCell products provides a vast array of powerful research tools for disease modeling, drug discovery, toxicology testing, and regenerative medicine research.

To Order MyCell Products Differentiated from CIRM iPSC Lines:

  1. Visit the MyCell Disease and Diversity Products page.
  2. Use the search tool to find the cell line, differentiated cells desired, package size, and quantity.
  3. Complete the form and click submit.
  4. Cellular Dynamics will contact you to begin the process of turning the chosen background into the differentiated cell type.

To Order iPSCs from the CIRM iPSC Lines:

  1. Access and use the CIRM search tool to find the cell line(s) of interest.
  2. Add items to the cart and click the Order Selected Samples button.
  3. Complete the CIRM order form to initiate the order process.

A description of the current collection as well as FAQs and instructions for using the search tool are available here.