Whether you prefer to provide PSCs, differentiated stem cells, or have us generate stem cell lines for you, we can develop unique stem cell-based assays utilizing a broad array of assay technologies. At Thermo Fisher Scientific, we offer extensive expertise on our products and their applications to support your post-differentiation analyses requirements.

Partner with our CellModel Services team to develop high-content analysis, functional assays, custom-made validated assays or get your compounds screened for your stem cell based discovery projects. We also offer stem cell screening services to enable rapid profiling of your compounds against many assay technology platforms through our SelectScreen team and services. Find more information about our SelectScreen services

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Customized stem cell–based assays

We have a broad range of assay tools and instrumentations that can be implemented with PSCs or their differentiated progeny to interrogate disease-relevant biology such as cell viability, cell proliferation, apoptosis, autophagy, generation of reactive oxygen species, mitochondrial function, ion transport, pathway signaling, gene expression, protein expression and post-translational modifications.

Additionally, our CellModel Services team are using the tools in our portfolio to build tissue-relevant disease models using PSCs.  Contact us today and find out more about how we can help you create more predictive disease models to accelerate your research.

Disease modeling

Our products are used in the creation of more-physiologically relevant disease models from induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) and CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing tools. Read more about how our CellModel Services team are using these tools to help researchers identify disease genes, model human diseases and create better regenerative therapies to help fight against Parkinson's disease, Alzheimers, ALS and Huntington's disease as well as a range of cardiovascular diseases.

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