Supporting dataset of two integration-free induced pluripotent stem cell lines from related human donors


Integration-free induced pluripotent stem cells from related human donors' exhibit great potential to the ongoing development of organ models. Blood cells from two different human donors were isolated, purified and reprogrammed into induced pluripotent stem cells. These induced pluripotent stem cell lines were characterized precisely for pluripotency markers (with the PluriTest and flow cytometry analysis) and their differentiation capacities into meso-, ecto- and endoderm. The induced pluripotent stem cell lines are available for commercial use and are therefore of high interest for many groups working in stem cell research. A normal karyotype of the induced pluripotent stem cells was proven with the KaryoStat assay. In total 6 human donors that belong to one family donated blood for induced pluripotent stem cell reprogramming. In this "Data in Brief" publication, we show the dataset for the two male iPSC lines HUMIMIC TISSUi006-A (StemUse106) and TISSUi007-A (StemUse107). The main characterisation was recently published by Ramme et al. in Stem Cell Research [1]. All iPSC lines were also examined negative for any mycoplasma or bacteria contamination. © 2021 The Authors.

Authors Ramme AP, Faust D, Koenig L, Nguyen N, Marx U
Journal Data in brief
Publication Date 2021 Aug;37:107140
PubMed 34136596
PubMed Central PMC8176322
DOI 10.1016/j.dib.2021.107140

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