Neural Progenitor Cell Lines
Neural progenitor cells (NPCs) are progenitor cells that have the ability to proliferate and differentiate into more than one cell type. Unlike neural stem cells, NPCs exist in the CNS of developing embryos as well as newborns and mature adult brains; therefore, they are not strictly embryonic stem cells. A distinctive feature of neural progenitor cells is that they have limited proliferation capacity, do not produce non-nerve cells, and will not exhibit self-renewal. NPCs can be produced in vitro by differentiating embryonic stem cells or induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC).
Creative Biolabs now offers a series of new neural lineage progenitor cells derived from control human iPSC using a non-integrated epigenetic-based differentiation method. In addition, we also provide optimized media and kits for your in-house work on expanding and differentiating NPCs into high-quality neural lineage cells.
We offer various kits and media for different research needs. To order the best media system for your NPCs, please select the appropriate tab below.