|Cell line type
|Human induced pluripotent stem cell (hiPSC)
|No similar lines found.
|21st December 2022
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|Keio University (KEIU)
|* Is the cell line readily obtainable for third parties?
Research use: allowed
Clinical use: not allowed
Commercial use: not allowed
Require MTA with Keio University
General Donor Information
Phenotype and Disease related information (Donor)
|No disease was diagnosed.
External Databases (Donor)
|Has informed consent been obtained from the donor of the embryo/tissue from which the pluripotent stem cells have been derived?
|Was the consent voluntarily given?
|Has the donor been informed that participation will not directly influence their personal treatment?
|Can you provide us with a copy of the Donor Information Sheet provided to the donor?
|Provide contact information of the holder of the original Donor Information Sheet:
|Do you (Depositor/Provider) hold the original Donor Consent Form?
|Please indicate whether the data associated with the donated material has been pseudonymised or anonymised.
|Does consent explicitly allow the derivation of pluripotent stem cells?
|Does consent prevent CELLS DERIVED FROM THE DONATED BIOSAMPLE from being made available to researchers anywhere in the world?
|How may genetic information associated with the cell line be accessed?
|Will the donor expect to receive financial benefit, beyond reasonable expenses, in return for donating the biosample?
|Has a favourable opinion been obtained from a research ethics committee, or other ethics review panel, in relation to the Research Protocol including the consent provisions?
|Name of accrediting authority involved?
|Ethics Committee of Keio University School of Medicine
|For generation of the cell line, who was the supplier of any recombined DNA vectors or commercial kits used?
|Source cell type
A peripheral blood cell with a single nucleus. This category includes lymphocytes and monocytes.
|Source cell origin
A liquid tissue; its major function is to transport oxygen throughout the body. It also supplies the tissues with nutrients, removes waste products, and contains various components of the immune system defending the body against infection. Several hormones also travel in the blood.
|Is reprogramming vector detectable?
Vector free reprogramming
|Derived under xeno-free conditions
|Derived under GMP?
|Available as clinical grade?
Analysis of Undifferentiated Cells
Karyotyping (Cell Line)
|Has the cell line karyotype been analysed?
Other Genotyping (Cell Line)