Mouse Cortical Neurons
The cerebral cortex plays an important role in memory, higher thinking, perception and the understanding of language. MTI-GlobalStem Primary Mouse Cortical Neurons (MCN) are isolated from early embryonic stage (E17) C57BL/6 mice and provided cryopreserved as primary cells. Post-thaw viability is consistently in the range of 50-80%. Each vial of cryopreserved neurons contains at least 1 or 4 million viable cells, depending of product size.
Figure 1. Healthy post-thaw viability for long-term survival - Mouse
cortical neurons remain viable during long term culturing. Above images show
cells 1 week in culture. Cell were cultured in NeuralQ Basal Medium (GSM-9420)
and GS21™ Neural Supplement (GSM-3100).