Non-human Primate (Cynomolgus) CD34+ Stem / Progenitor Cells
Cynomolgus CD34 cell product is a valuable resource for researchers in the field of regenerative medicine, stem cell biology, and immunology. These cells are derived from Cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis) and are specifically isolated and enriched for the CD34 cell surface marker, a well-known stem cell marker. CD34 is primarily found on hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells, making these cynomolgus CD34 cells a crucial tool for investigating hematopoiesis, cell differentiation, and transplantation studies.
Researchers can use Cynomolgus CD34 cells to explore various aspects of cell biology, such as studying the mechanisms of stem cell self-renewal and differentiation, as well as assessing the potential for cell-based therapies. These cells can be cultured, expanded, and manipulated in vitro, enabling experiments that shed light on the regenerative capacity and immune system interactions of these cells.
Cynomolgus CD34 cell product for research offers a biologically relevant model system for a wide range of studies, including drug testing, disease modeling, and transplantation research. Its unique characteristics and close genetic similarity to humans make it an essential resource for advancing our understanding of stem cell biology and therapeutic applications.
Our Non Human Primate CD34+ Stem Cells are isolated from Non Human Primate mononuclear cells by positive selection. All Non-Human Primate sample is collected via bone marrow aspiration from animals housed within the United States.