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Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Core Facility
Director(s): Shondra Miller
Contact: Shondra Miller
Phone: 314-362-2981
Email: smiller@genetics.wustl.edu
Web:
Campus: Medical Campus Campus Box: 8044
School/Unit: Medicine
Academic Department: Genetics
*Please contact this Core directly for physical location
Core Location
Building Name: Biotechnology Building
Room Number: G35
Core Summary
The iPSC Core Facility at Washington University in St. Louis is part of the Tissue Culture Support Center within the Department of Genetics and supports investigators in all aspects of the generation, maintenance, and differentiation of induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs).
Access
Service available to:
All entities, including for-profit organizations

Priority service for:
Washington University

Additional Information:
Affiliation

  • ADRC ;Tissue Culture Support Center ;GTAC ;ICTS
Core Details

We support all aspects of the generation, maintenance, differentiation and storage of induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs).

Services

  • Skin biopsy processing; Fibroblast reprogramming; Cell cryopreservation and storage; Stem cell culture training; Urine cell processing and reprogramming
Equipment

  • Tissue Culture Hoods; Tissue Culture Incubators; Seahorse Bioscience's Extracellular Flux Analyzers; Amaxa 4D Nucleofector
Pricing - subject to verification from the Core Facility.
Please contact Core for pricing.

Additional Keywords
Skin Biopsy; fibroblast; iPSC; stem cell