Mouse Hippocampal Neurons
MTI-GlobalStem Mouse Hippocampal Neurons (MHN) are isolated from early embryonic stage (E17) Black 6 mice and provided cryopreserved as primary cells. Validated standard operating procedures and high quality control practices are strictly followed to ensure lot-to-lot consistency. These hippocampal neurons can be used in a variety of applications including gene expression and calcium flux assays, neurotoxicity, drug screening and other general neuroscience studies. Our high quality isolation procedures and validated quality control standards ensure maximum lot-to-lot consistency and post-thaw viability consistently in the range of 50-80%.
Figure 1. Mouse Hippocampal Neurons (GSC-8360) remain viable during long
term culturing. Above image shows rat forebrain neurons at 3 weeks in culture.
Cells were cultured in NeuralQ® Basal Medium (GSM-9420) and GS21™ Neural