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primary cell cultures

human osteoblasts

Osteoblasts develop from undifferentiated mesenchymal cells or embryonic connective tissue cells and are responsible for osteogenesis by getting deposited onto bones like dermal layers thus providing the basis for new bone substance, i.e. bone matrix. In this process, they tend to undergo change to a framework of osteocytes which are no longer divisible, with that framework being gradually mineralised and filled up with calcium. Osteoclasts are antagonists to osteoblasts.

Human osteoblasts
OFFER NO.PRODUCTDESCRIPTIONSPECIFICATIONPDF
111 0311HOBHuman osteoblastsVital, 5 × 105cells/flaskdownload
121 0311HOBHuman osteoblastsCryo, 5 × 105cells/vialdownload
Recommended standard culture media/subculturing system
OFFER NO.PRODUCTPDF
201 0301Osteoblast growth medium, FCSdownload
201 1301Osteoblast growth medium, advanced, FCSdownload
204 0002 Passage kit 2download