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Neurons offered by ScienCell

Need neurons for your research?

Culturing neuronal cells is a challenging and time consuming process as mature neurons do not proliferate. To assist researcher with their studies, we introduced our first human neuron products in 2002 and were the first company in the world to freeze neurons. Today, we have over 9 different types of neurons available from human, rat, and mouse.

Neurons are dynamically polarized cells responsible for electrochemically transmitting information throughout the nervous system. Scientists have characterized hundreds of neuron types based on location, morphology and gene expression. In general, there are three main types of neurons: motor neurons, sensory neurons, and interneurons. Despite great variability in size and shape, most neurons share common morphological features including a cell body, dendrites, the axon, and the axon terminals.


Neurons can be used to study:

Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, bipolar disorder, addiction, traumatic brain injury, and spinal cord injuries.


Human, Rat, and Mouse Neurons from ScienCell Research Laboratories:

  • Cryopreserved at P0 and delivered frozen
  • Each vials contains at least 1 million neurons

Neuronal Medium (Catalog #1521)

Once thawed, neurons can be cultured in Neuronal Medium (#1521) and should be used directly for experiments.

 

Human Cells:

CAT. NO.

CODE

DESCRIPTION

1520

HN

Human Neurons

1530

HCGC

Human Cerebellar Granule Cells

1540

HN-h

Human Neurons-hippocampal

1550

HN-mb

Human Neurons-midbrain

1560

HN-bs

Human Neurons-brain stem

Mouse Cells: 

CAT. NO.

CODE

DESCRIPTION

M1510

MN-r

Mouse Neurons-raphe from CD1

M1510-57

MN-r

Mouse Neurons-raphe from C57BL/6

M1520

MN-c

Mouse Neurons-cortical from CD1

M1520-57

MN-c

Mouse Neurons-cortical from C57BL/6

M1530

MCGC

Mouse Cerebellar Granule Cells from CD1

M1530-57

MCGC

Mouse Cerebellar Granule Cells from C57BL/6

M1540

MN-h

Mouse Neurons-hippocampal from CD1

M1540-57

MN-h

Mouse Neurons-hippocampal from C57BL/6

M1550

MN-sn

Mouse Neurons-substania nigra from CD1

M1550-57

MN-sn

Mouse Neurons-substantia nigra from C57BL/6

M1560

MN-s

Mouse Neurons-striatal from CD1

M1570

MN-vsc

Mouse Neurons-ventral spinal cord from CD1

M1580

MN-dsc

Mouse Neurons-dorsal spinal cord from CD1

M1580-57

MN-dsc

Mouse Neurons-dorsal spinal cord from C57BL/6

M1590

MN-sc

Mouse Neurons-spinal cord from CD1

M1590-57

MN-sc

Mouse Neurons-spinal cord from C57BL/6

Rat Cells:

CAT. NO.

CODE

DESCRIPTION

R1510

RN-r

Rat Neurons-raphe

R1520

RN-c

Rat Neurons-cortical

R1530

RCGC

Rat Cerebellar Granule Cells

R1540

RN-h

Rat Neurons-hippocampal

R1550

RN-sn

Rat Neurons-substantia nigra

R1560

RN-s

Rat Neurons-striatal

R1570

RN-vsc

Rat Neurons-ventral spinal cord

R1580

RN-dsc

Rat Neurons-dorsal spinal cord

R1590

RN-sc

Rat Neurons-spinal cord