iXCells Biotechnologies is proud to offer high quality primary and iPSC-derived cells to support our customers drug discovery research. iXCells Biotechnologies is a global research and development organization offering our customers access to high quality human primary and iPSC-derived cells, animal primary cells, media, reagents, growth factors and cytokines.
The company focus is to provide patient relevant cells, enabling technologies and services to the academic, biotech and pharma communities to accelerate the pace of drug discovery. iXCells Biotechnologies was the first company to develop and commercialize functionally characterized iPSC-derived motor neurons; with a network of collaborators and partners across biotech and pharma they continue to make discoveries and expand product offerings to maintain their position as a leader in the marketplace.
iPSC & iPSC-derived Cells
Healthy and patient-derived iPS cell lines; neuronal diseases, metabolic diseases; iXCell, iPSC-Motor Neurons, skeletal muscle, CNS neurons and neural progenitor cells. The patient derived iPSC collection includes ALS, Alzheimer's, Diabetes, Metabolic diseases and Parkinson's disease cells to complement our collection of healthy donors.
Human Primary Cells
iXCells offers a broad collection of human primary cell offerings and the ability to perform custom isolations upon demand, which are obtained through IRB-approved programs. Normal and disease model relevant cells with a strong focus in neurobiology, matched donor primary cell collections from skin, liver and kidney and over 150 unique donors of PBMCs and immune cells.
Animal Primary Cells
Large collection of primary cells from different species including mouse, rat, rabbit, bovine, porcine, and dog. As well as offering diverse collection of animal primary cell of the shelf iXCells have the ability to perform custom isolations upon demand. All cell materials generated come with an in house generated CoA and product information sheet to ensure our customers have all relevant information necessary to advance their research.