Cell Banking for Stroke Research

Cells play an important role in both pathological studies of stroke and in the development of therapies. In pathological studies, on the one hand, we provide a preliminary understanding of the pathological mechanisms of stroke by establishing different stroke models based on brain cells. On the other hand, we elaborate the role of stroke on different cells through the study of different cells in in vivo models. In therapeutic development, stem cell-based stroke therapy has been shown to be effective in alleviating the damage caused by stroke. Ace Neuroscience provides different brain cells, stem cells, and other cells to meet the requirements of various studies.

Different Types of Cell Banks for Stroke Research
Stem Cell Bank

Ace Neuroscience has an extensive cell bank covering the types of stem cells that can be used to develop stem cell therapy and other studies, including but not limited to adult tissue-derived stem cells, adipose tissue-derived MSCs, breastmilk-derived stem cells, and menstrual blood stem cells. Based on our stem cell bank, our expert scientists will select the most suitable type of stem cell for you based on your experiment.

Brain Cell Bank

To some extent, the pathological state of the brain after a stroke can be reflected by in vitro studies of different brain cells. Ace Neuroscience provides neurons, epithelial cells, and neuroglia, such as astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, and microglia.

Glial cells mediate multiple physiological and pathological responses to the stroke process, including oxidative stress, inflammatory responses, neuroprotection, and neurotrophic effects.
Epithelial cells can measure vascular changes after stroke.
Neurons play a vital role in the brain. The target of many stroke therapies is by protecting or restoring neuronal function.

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