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iPSC derivation from blood using lentiviral vector or Sendai virus

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    "A minimum of 8 mls of blood is required for this service. Blood should be collected in CPT tube (BD biosciences) or other heparinized or EDTA tubes and delivered fresh to the Core. Please contact the Core director if you are submitting peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs). This service takes 3-6 months to complete and includes the following: • Isolation and cryopreservation of PBMCs from blood • Expansion of erythroblasts from PBMCs and mycoplasma testing • Transduction of erythroblasts with lentiviral vector or Sendai viral vectors • iPSC colony picking • Expansion of 4 iPSC clones • Mycoplasma testing • FACS analysis of 2 pluripotency markers (TRA-1-60 and SSEA4) • Cryopreservation of iPSC lines (4-6 vials/clone) • Will deliver 4 clones (frozen or live culture) at passage >5 Notes for iPSC reprogramming services: Inherent to iPSC reprogramming, a certain percentage of cells will fail to produce iPS cells that is likely cell specific and not due to technical reasons. If we do not obtain stable colonies after the first round of reprogramming, we will repeat the process. However, if the second round fails, we will not repeat again and will only charge 50% of the service fee."
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    Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Core Facility (Penn)
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