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Human Retinal Muller Cells

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Human Retinal Muller Cells

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Cat.No

ABC-TC133L

Species

Human

Cell Type

Muller Cell

Growth Mode

Adherent

Size/Quantity

1 vial

Biosafety Level

1

Shipping Info

Dry Ice

Storage

Liquid Nitrogen

Description

Muller cells are an important type of mammalian retinal glial cells, which have the role of supporting the skeleton. Muller cells are involved in pathological processes such as glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. Each vial contains at least 5 x 10^5 cell/vial.

Disease

Normal

Source Organ

Retina

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

QuestionsthreeWhat role do Muller cells play in retinal enviroment?
Product Type

Ocular Cells

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are Human Retinal Muller Cells and what is their primary function?

    Human Retinal Muller Cells are a type of mammalian retinal glial cell that play a crucial role in supporting the structural integrity of the retina. They provide structural support to the retinal cells and are involved in various pathological processes such as glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy.

  • How many cells are contained in each vial of Human Retinal Muller Cells?

    Each vial of Human Retinal Muller Cells contains at least 5×10^5 cells. This quantity ensures that researchers have a sufficient number of cells for various experimental applications, such as studying retinal structure and function, investigating disease mechanisms, and testing potential treatments. The high cell count per vial facilitates multiple assays or experiments, enhancing the efficiency and reliability of research outcomes.

  • What role do Muller cells play in retinal enviroment?

    Muller cells play a crucial role in maintaining and repairing the retinal environment. They respond to retinal injury and disease, contributing to the pathological processes of conditions such as glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. By reacting to damage and supporting the retinal structure, they influence the progression and response to these diseases.

  • Why are Human Retinal Muller Cells useful for research?

    Human Retinal Muller Cells are useful for research because they are integral to understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying retinal health and disease. Studying these cells can provide insights into the development and progression of retinal diseases and aid in the development of new therapeutic strategies.

  • What are the typical research applications of Human Retinal Muller Cells?

    Typical research applications of Human Retinal Muller Cells include studies on retinal structure and function, investigations into the mechanisms of retinal diseases such as glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy, and the development and testing of new treatments for these conditions. They are also used in studies exploring the general physiology and pathology of the retinal environment.

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