The Human Cells, Tissues, and Organoids (HCTO) Core strives to make research using human pluripotent stem cells and their derivatives accessible to all researchers.
Contact the Core at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tissue Culture Facilities for Rent
Access to biosafety cabinets, a clean bench, incubators, microscopes, and all other equipment necessary for the culture of human pluripotent stem cells under a Core ESCRO protocol
Group and Individual Training
Multiple small group, hands-on classes are offered every year on the culture of human pluripotent stem cells, and their differentiation into various lineages (e.g. neural differentiation). Custom individual training is also available.
Human Embryonic Stem Cell Lines and Differentiated Cells
NIH-approved hESC lines (H1, H9), as well as differentiated cell types (e.g. neural progenitors, cardiomyocytes, astrocytes, etc)
Contact the Core directly to inquire about custom experimental workflows and differentiation schemes
IRB and ESCRO protocols
Assistance preparing IRB and ESCRO protocols
|Staff-run Experiment||$65/hour (media and reagents charged at cost)|
|Cryopreservation||$100 (up to 5 vials, each additional vial, $20)|
|Core-provided hESC line||$175 (does not include Wi-Cell Fee)|
|Core-provided neural progenitors||$1000 (1 vial)|
|Custom projects||Contact KC for a quote (email@example.com)|
|Introduction to hPSC Culture|
|Advanced Techniques in Neural Differentiation|
|Custom Individualized Training (Media, reagents, and plasticware charged at cost)|
Prices effective November 1, 2021 and are subject to change.
Thorold Theunissen, PhD
Assistant Professor, Developmental Biology; co-Director Human Cells, Tissues, and Organoids Core
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Theunissen lab investigates the molecular mechanisms regulating distinct pluripotent stem cell states and their applications in regenerative medicine. Theunissen Lab website »