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Endothelial Cell Biology

The Endothelial Cell Biology Core at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center's Center for Vascular Biology Research provides custom isolated and purification human and murine endothelial cells.

Human Endothelial Cells

Cells are isolated and purified from human skin using magnetic beads and antibodies to CD31, and are >98% positive for acetyl-LDL and VE-cadherin (i.e., represent vascular endothelial cells). Further custom purification is done depending on the needs of the investigator. Lineage specific (blood / lymphatic) or surface marker specific purifications can be done based on available antibodies.

Murine Endothelial Cells

Cells are isolated using the same magnetic bead technology from hearts or lungs provided by the investigator. The cells are >95% positive for acetyl-LDL. 1 bottle of growth media and instructions are provided with each lot of cells.

Service and Pricing

Please call Carole Perruzzi at 617-667-3562 to discuss options, details, fees and scheduling.

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Contact Information

Nicole Magner, Administrative Assistant
Center for Vascular Biology Research
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Research North
99 Brookline Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
617-667-0654
info.cvbr@bidmc.harvard.edu