ATCC-BXS0117 Human [Asian Female] Induced Pluripotent Stem (iPS) Cells
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Cells contain Sendai virus (SeV) DNA sequences
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ATCC-BXS0117 Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSCs) were derived from bone marrow CD34+ cells obtained from a healthy Asian female donor.
The base medium for this cell line is Pluripotent Stem Cell SFM XF/FF (ATCC® No. ACS-3002) which is a ready-to-use medium for serum-free and feeder-free iPSC culture.
To insure the highest level of viability, thaw the vial and initiate the culture as soon as possible upon receipt. If, upon arrival, continued storage of the frozen culture is necessary, it should be stored in liquid nitrogen vapor phase and not at –80°C. Storage at –80°C will result in loss of viability.
Preparation for Culture
Note: Addition of ROCK inhibitor has been shown to increase the survival rate during subcultivation and thawing of human iPSCs. The use of ROCK inhibitor may cause a transient spindle-like morphology effect on the cells. However, the colony morphology will recover after subsequent media change without ROCK inhibitor.
Protocol for Coating Plates
Important: Cell Basement Membrane Gel will solidify in 15 to 30 minutes above 15° C. Keep Cell Basement Membrane Gel and labware on ice at all times to prevent the matrix from gelling prematurely. Calculate the appropriate Cell Basement Membrane volume per plate based on concentration and usage. The concentration of Cell Basement Membrane is found on the product label.
Example: 2 mL of Cell Basement Membrane Gel at 150 µg/mL is required to coat one 6 cm dish. To coat two 6 cm dishes, prepare as follows:
Dilute Cell Basement Membrane in DMEM:F12 at a working concentration of 150 µg/mL:
Protein concentration of Cell Basement Membrane (on product label): 14 mg/mL.
(4 mL)(0.15 mg/mL) = 0.043 mL
Add 43 µL Cell Basement Membrane Gel directly into 4 mL DMEM: F12
Leave the coated dishes at 37°C for one hour. The plates are now ready for use.
Initiation of Cultures
Cell culture dishes are coated with Cell Basement Membrane Gel (ATCC® No. ACS-3035) to provide a surface for the attachment of iPSCs.
ROCK Inhibitor Y27632 is not necessary each time the culture medium is changed. It is required when cells are recovering from thaw on Cell Basement Membrane Gel-coated dishes containing 5 mL Pluripotent Stem Cell XF/FF medium/6-cm dish.
This protocol is designed to passage stem cell colonies cultured in a 6 cm dish, using Stem Cell Dissociation Reagent (ATCC ACS-3010) to detach the cell colonies. The recommended spilt ratio is 1:4. Volumes should be adjusted according to the size and number of the tissue culture vessels to be processed.
Reconstitution of Stem Cell Dissociation Reagent:
Lyophilized proteins tend to be hygroscopic. Bring the vial of Stem Cell Dissociation Reagent to room temperature before opening. The vial should not be cool to the touch. Once opened, the lyophilized material should be stored desiccated. The specific activity of the reagent is found on the certificate of analysis. Dissolve the appropriate amount of Stem Cell Dissociation Reagent in DMEM: F-12 Medium to prepare a 0.5 U/mL working solution.
Note: Addition of ROCK inhibitor has been shown to increase the survival rate. The use of ROCK inhibitor may cause a transient spindle-like morphology effect on the cells. However, the colony morphology will recover after subsequent media change without ROCK inhibitor.
For optimal results, cryopreserve stem cell colonies when the cell cultures are 80%confluent. This protocol is designed to cryopreserve stem cell colonies cultured in a 6 cm dish.
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