Rat Neuronal Cell System

Here you can find rat neurons and pituitary cells as well as associated media to grow the cells.

The central nervous system tissue is made up of two classes of cells that may be broadly categorized as neurons and glia. Neurons are anatomic, functional, and trophic units of the brain. Despite great variability in size and shape, all neurons share common morphologic features, which are those of the key elements of a highly complex communication network. The neurons are the dynamically polarized cells that serve as the major signaling unit of the nervous system.

The pituitary is a small, pea-sized gland located at the base of the brain. It is responsible for controlling and coordinating: 1) growth and development; 2) the function of various body organs; and 3) the function of other glandular organs. The study of pituitary gland development provides a remarkable example of cell specification.

Rat Neurons-raphe
Rat Primary Cells
SCR1510
780,00 €
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Rat Neurons-cortical
Rat Primary Cells
SCR1520
780,00 €
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Rat Neurons-hippocampal
Rat Primary Cells
SCR1540
780,00 €
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Rat Neurons-substantia nigra
Rat Primary Cells
SCR1550
780,00 €
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Rat Neurons-striatal
Rat Primary Cells
SCR1560
780,00 €
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Rat Neurons-ventral spinal cord
Rat Primary Cells
SCR1570
780,00 €
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Rat Neurons-spinal cord
Rat Primary Cells
SCR1590
780,00 €
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