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  • Instructions 004: Neural crest differentiation from hPSCs on Biolaminin® 521

    Protocol for neural crest cell differentiation
  • Application note 021: Neural Crest differentiation on Biolaminin® 521 substrate

    Generation of hPSC-derived neural crest cells on Biolaminin 521
  • Application note 023-01: Next generation xeno-free and defined skin cell culture – on Biolaminin® 521 (LN521) and Biolaminin 511 (LN511) substrates)

    Skin is the largest organ of the body and our first line of defense against pathogens and environmental impacts. The skin is composed of two main layers, epidermis and dermis. They are separated by an ultrathin basement membrane (BM), highly enriched in laminin proteins, particularly the isoforms 332, 331, 521 and 511. Laminin 332/331 are mostly associated with adhesion and maturation and 521/511 with adhesion and proliferation. The complex interaction of BM and cells is essential for healthy skin development and tissue homeostasis, and essential part of the stem cell niche of the skin.
  • Instructions 012: Biosilk® and Biolaminin® free-floating scaffolds in 96-well plate for hPSC culture

    Guideline for human Pluripotent Stem Sell integration into free-floating Biosilk scaffolds fitted into 96-well plates.
  • Application note 018-02: BioLamina products in research and manufacturing – Biolaminin® matrices for all steps and scales

    Clinically adaptable Biolaminin cell adhesion coating for higher yield in bioreactor systems
  • Application note 017: Xeno-free and defined keratinocyte culture on Biolaminin® 521 and Biolaminin 511 substrates

    Xeno-free and defined keratinocyte culture on Biolaminin® 521 and Biolaminin 511 substrates
  • Application note 020: Efficient gene editing on Biolaminin® 521 substrate

    Efficient gene editing on Biolaminin® 521 substrate
  • Application note 019: Brain organoid modeling with Biosilk 3D scaffold

    Permeable spider silk fiber scaffold allows differentiation and long-term organoid culture without necrotic centers with mature and functional neurons.
  • Guide: BioLamina applications

    See our Biolaminin product recommendations for the culture of various human cell types
  • Application note 018: Large-scale cell production

    Clinically adaptable Biolaminin cell adhesion coating for higher yield in bioreactor systems