Mouse Embryonic Fibroblast Cells (MEFs)
Mouse embryonic fibroblasts (MEFs) are often used as "feeder cells" in embryonic stem cell research. These MEFs have been isolated from mice (CF-1 strain) at day 13.5 of their embryonic developmental stage. We are unique in providing quality MEFs in bulk quantities and at very competitive prices. MEFs are sold either in vials containing a wide range of number of cells (5 M/vial, 20 M/vial or 100 M/vial) or in a convenient format of frozen microplates ready-to-use, using our proprietary technology Cell in well™. All our MEFs are provided at passage 2 and 3 and they are available untreated or growth arrested with Mitomycin C.
Our unique freezing technology allows us to pack cells in high concentrations and so you can take advantage of our bulk orders at competitive prices.
Mice are adquired from Charles River Laboratories. Health quality controls regularly performed on these mice including bacteriology, virus serology and parasitology controls, certify these animals to be free of pathogens. Cells have tested negative for Mycoplasma.