Rat Forebrain Neurons
The forebrain plays a central role in the processing of information related to complex cognitive activities, sensory and associative functions, and voluntary motor activities. MTI-GlobalStem Rat Forebrain Neurons (RCN) are isolated from early embryonic stage (E18) Sprague-Dawley Rats and provided cryopreserved as primary cells. Our high quality isolation procedures and validated quality control standards ensure maximum lot-to-lot consistency and post-thaw viability consistently in the range of 50-80%. Each vial of rat forebrain neurons contains at least 2 or 4 million viable cells, depending on product size.
High Post-thaw viability for long-term culture
Figure 1. Primary Forebrain Neurons (GSC-8220; GSC-8200) remain viable
during long term culturing. Above image shows rat forebrain neurons at 3 weeks
in culture. Cells were cultured in NeuralQ® Basal Medium (GSM-9420) and GS21™
Neural Supplement (GSM-3100).