How to measure the proliferative potential of human iPSC-Derived ECFCs
Are you using the best type of Endothelial Colony Forming Cells for your vascular research? Human iPSC-Derived Endothelial Colony Forming Cells are an easy to obtain, reliable source of ECFCs in comparison to cord blood (CB)-ECFCs.
This application note ‘Measuring Colony Forming Potential of Human iPSC-derived ECFCs in vitro’ reveals an excellent method for identifying the toxic effect of a compound on the proliferative potential of ECFCs and highlights the relevance and suitability for Human iPSC-Derived ECFCs.
Our FREE Application Note covers:
- The culture and relevance of human iPSC-Derived ECFCs in comparison to cord blood ECFCs
- How to identify the proliferative potential of ECFCs
- Toxicity screening for anti- or pro-proliferative agents