SD Fetal Rat Hippocampal Neurons

Sprague-Dawley (SD) Fetal Rat Hippocampus Neurons SHCFN-00001
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Neurons, as a type of nerve cells, are connected to each other to form a neural network. They are the main components of the nervous system and are also effective tools for studying the function of the nervous system. Now neurons have been used in neurobiological research and the development of new drugs for Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease.

OriCellTM SD Fetal Rat Hippocampal Neurons are derived from the hippocampal tissue of the 18.5-day SD fetal rats, and are cryopreserved in the primary generation. It expresses specific neuronal protein and can be used as a cell model for research on proliferation, aging, immunity and other directions.

Passage Number: P0

Storage at Liquid Nitrogen(-196℃)


  • Pass the detection of bacteria, fungi, mycoplasma and endotoxin.
  • Pass the cell resuscitation test, the resuscitation survival rate is >50%.
  • Pass the immunofluorescence detection, it expresses MAP2 and β-tubulin III (>70%); it does not express GFAP (<10%).


Note: This product is only provided for further scientific research. It is not intended for  diagnostic, therapeutic, clinical, household, or any other applications.