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ISSCR 2022: Virtual Conference Exhibition
Immerse yourself in the latest research alongside world-leading scientists in stem cell science and regenerative medicine. Whether you’re joining us in person in San Francisco or logging on virtually, be sure to connect with us from June 15 - 18 to learn how we can work with you to elevate your research and celebrate 20 years of scientific excellence at ISSCR!
Browse through sessions, resources, and upcoming products below for your stem cell research. Scientific talks and posters presented at ISSCR will be available here following the conference; don’t forget to bookmark this page and follow @STEMCELLTech on Twitter to keep up to date with the latest updates.
Innovation Showcase Presentations
Watch the Innovation Showcase presentations from ISSCR 2022 online now.
New Tools and Technologies
Explore new technologies that can help you efficiently complete your experiments and take your research further.
New: PneumaCult™ Alveolar Organoid Media
Grow, expand, and differentiate organoids from human alveolar epithelial cells with an in vitro culture system that recapitulates key features of ATII and ATI cells in vivo.
IntestiCult™ Organoid Differentiation Medium (Human)
Enjoy greater experimental flexibility and differentiate intestinal organoids in 3D, or in 2D as monolayers or ALI cultures, with this complete culture medium.
Functional Applications of Intestinal Organoids
New: HepatiCult™ Organoid Kit (Human)
Reliably generate, expand, and differentiate physiologically relevant human liver organoids from fresh or cryopreserved human liver tissue.
Generate hPSC lines with improved cloning efficiencies that maintain their genomic integrity and downstream differentiation potential in single-cell workflows.
Facilitating hPSC Single Cell Seeding Workflows Using CloneR™2
mTeSR™ Plus, cGMP
Gain control over your feeding schedule and achieve superior culture morphology with this stabilized feeder-free medium for human ES and iPS cells.
Related Technical Video:
How to Transition hPSCs into mTeSR™ Plus
STEMdiff™ Immune Kits
StemSpan™ NK Cell Generation Kit
Differentiate CD34+ hematopoietic progenitor cells to NK cells, without the use of stromal cells.
ImmunoCult™-XF T Cell Expansion Medium
Expand isolated human T cells in serum-free and xeno-free culture conditions.
Wallchart: Production of CAR T Cells
New: STEMdiff™ Sensory Neuron Differentiation Kit
Generate functional, human-specific sensory neurons from hPSC-derived neural crest cells using this streamlined culture system.
Related Scientific Poster:
Efficient Differentiation of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells to Sensory Neurons
STEMdiff™ Midbrain Neuron Differentiation Kit
Obtain midbrain-type dopaminergic neurons from hPSC-derived neural progenitors with this defined and serum-free kit.
STEMdiff™ Microglia Differentiation Kit
Differentiate hPSC-derived microglia from hematopoietic progenitor cells for modeling neuroinflammation, neurodegeneration, and co-culture applications.
Modeling Alzheimer's risk using human TREM2-knockout microglia
Reduce risk and obtain greater numbers of high-quality cells in your hPSC-derived cell therapy development with this maintenance medium, manufactured under relevant cGMPs.
TeSR™-AOF Data Overview
Culture and expand human hematopoietic cells in animal origin-free conditions with this medium, manufactured under relevant cGMPs.
CryoStor® CS10, cGMP
Protect cells during freezing, thawing, and low temperature storage with this serum- and animal component-free cryopreservation medium containing 10% dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO).
How to Cryopreserve Human Pluripotent Stem Cells in CryoStor® CS10
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