SH-SY5Y

Andrew M. Wertkin awertkin at eniac.seas.upenn.edu
Sun Jun 12 22:36:11 EST 1994


In <jikeda-080694212727 at q650b.hsp.co.jp>, jikeda at hsp1.hsp.co.jp (jun ikeda) writes:

>I am hoping to get human neuroblastoma cell lines which can be
>differentiated  
>into neurons without NGF.  Recently, I found SH-SY5Y cell line was
>differentiated with retinoic acid.  
>Please, tell me how I could get SH-SY5Y cell line, human neuroblastoma cell
>line?
>
>------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>Jun Ikeda @ HSP Research Institute Co. 

If you are interested in a human teratoma cell line that can be differentiated
into pure neurons with retinoic acid you can find NTera2/c1.D1 cells at the ATCC.
Methods for differentiation are published in:

Pleasure et al. (1992) J. Neurosci 12, 1802-1815

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