Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Research

Maintenance of high quality human embryonic stem (ES) and induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells is critical to success in all applications of PSC research. See MoreSpecific culture conditions are required in order to maintain undifferentiated ES and iPS cells that are capable of self-renewal. Use our defined, feeder-free TeSR-based media, xeno-free cell attachment substrates, and animal component-free passaging reagents, to culture hPSCs and minimize variation in your research. For long-term storage, our suite of cryopreservation media is designed to maintain high viability and maximize hPSC recovery after thawing. For help with your hPSC workflow decision making, use our infographics to find the right reagents for you.

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Cell Culture Media and Supplements (413)

Matrices and Substrates (43)

Tissue and Cell Culture Dissociation Reagents (45)

Cell Storage Media (46)

  • CryoStor® CSB

    CryoStor® CSB

    Animal component-free and protein-free cryopreservation formulation
  • mFreSR™ Cryopreservation Medium for PSCs|05855


    Serum-free cryopreservation medium for human ES and iPS cells
  • FreSR™-S


    Animal component-free medium for cryopreserving ES and iPS cells as single cells
  • CryoStor® CS10|07930

    CryoStor® CS10

    Animal component-free, defined cryopreservation medium with 10% DMSO

Antibodies (47)

Small Molecules (424)

  • CGP77675


    Src family kinases inhibitor; Inhibits Src, LCK, Yes, Cdc2, EGFR, VEGFR, v-Abl, and FAK
  • FK506


    Calcineurin/NFAT pathway inhibitor; Binds FKBP-12
  • NU7026


    NHEJ pathway inhibitor; Inhibits DNA-dependent protein kinase (DNA-PK)
  • MLN4924


    Inhibits NEDD8-activating enzyme

Cytokines and Proteins (411)

Cultureware and General Supplies (44)

Buffers and Solutions (41)

Genome Editing and Molecular Tools (413)

Training and Education (41)

  • PSC Training Course

    Pluripotent Stem Cell Training

    Training to support the culture of hPSCs and their differentiation towards cerebral organoids, intestinal organoids, cardiomyocytes, or hematopoietic progenitors