Neural Stem Cells (NSCs)
Neural stem cells (NSCs) are the stem cells of the nervous system. The CNS is generated from a small number of NSCs during development. NSCs have the ability to self-renew and can differentiate into neurons, astrocytes and oligodendrocytes. Researchers can save up to 50% on small molecules that affect neural stem cell differentiation, as they are up to half the price of other suppliers.
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Recombinant human BDNF protein (HB3485)Description:
Member of the neurotrophin growth factor family. Plays an important role in synaptic plasticity and neurogenesis.
Compound E (HB3849)Description:
Potent, selective, non-competitive γ-secretase inhibitor. Induces neuronal differentiation.Purity:
Dorsomorphin dihydrochloride (HB2800)Description:
Potent, selective AMPK inhibitor. Promotes neural hPSCs differentiation and promotes cardiomyocyte differentiation in mESCs.Purity:
EHNA hydrochloride (HB3540)Description:
Potent adenosine deaminase and PDE2 inhibitor. Supresses spontaneous hESC differentiation. Also maintains pluripotency of hESCs in the absence of exogenous cytokines.Purity:
Fluoxetine hydrochloride (HB1600)Description:
Selective 5-HT uptake inhibitor. Affects differentiation of NSCs.Purity:
Non-selective, competitive cAMP and cGMP PDE inhibitor. Facilitates neural progenitor cell differentiation.Purity:
ISX 9 (HB3401)Description:
Neurogenic agent. Induces SVZ progenitor neuronal differentiation and cardiomyogenic differentiation.Purity: