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Human Mammary Duct Epithelial Cells

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Human Mammary Duct Epithelial Cells

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Cat.No

ABC-TC111L

Species

Human

Cell Type

Epithelial

Growth Mode

Adherent

Size/Quantity

1 vial

Biosafety Level

1

Shipping Info

Dry Ice

Storage

Liquid Nitrogen

Description

The main function of the ducts is the excretion and storage of milk. The milk ducts are located in the subcutaneous tissue of the breast and are one of the main constituent tissues of the breast and the ducts for the excretion of milk. Each vial contains at least 5 x 10^5 cell/vial.

Disease

Normal

Source Organ

Mammary Duct

Quality Control

All cells test negative for mycoplasma, bacteria, yeast, and fungi.

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Application

For research use only

Growth Conditions

37 ℃, 5% CO2

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Product Type

Female Reproductive Cells

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the primary function of the mammary gland in the human body?

    The mammary gland, composed of lobules and ducts, is located in the chest. Its primary function is to produce and secrete milk to nourish infants during lactation. The mammary gland develops during puberty and pregnancy, with milk production regulated by hormones. Mammary health is crucial for overall female health, as abnormalities can indicate diseases such as breast cancer.

  • Application of Human Mammary Duct Epithelial Cells

    Human Mammary Duct Epithelial Cells (HMDECs) are used extensively in breast cancer research, drug development, and toxicology studies. They help in understanding the molecular mechanisms of cancer progression, identifying potential therapeutic targets, and assessing the efficacy and safety of new drugs. Additionally, HMDECs are valuable for studying normal breast tissue biology and hormonal regulation, providing insights into breast health and disease.

  • Essential Considerations for Culturing Human Mammary Duct Epithelial Cells in vitro

    When culturing Human Mammary Duct Epithelial Cells in vitro, it is crucial to maintain sterile conditions to prevent contamination, provide appropriate growth media with necessary supplements, and regulate temperature, humidity, and CO2 levels. It is also essential to monitor cell confluence regularly and avoid overgrowth, which can lead to cellular stress and phenotypic changes. Proper handling and gentle passaging techniques are vital to preserve cell integrity and functionality.

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