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AllCells Introduces Autoimmune Diseased Cells and Tissue Products
Date:9/11/2012

EMERYVILLE, Calif., Sept. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- AllCells, LLC, a leading provider of healthy & diseased hematopoietic tissues, primary cell types, and related services to the global life science industry has announced the release of new autoimmune diseased cells and tissue products. The specimens may be used in preclinical research, drug discovery, drug toxicity, diagnostic related assays, and other life science research applications. All products are indicated for in vitro research use only.

"The introduction of this autoimmune product line fulfills a vital need by our customers to obtain hematologic samples from a variety of autoimmune indications. These products serve as essential components of cell-based assays commonly used in the work-flow of our customers' preclinical research projects," commented Eric Martinelli, Business Development Manager.  

AllCells provides peripheral blood and/or isolated cell types from patients diagnosed with Autoimmune diseases such as  Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE), Psoriasis, Type I & Type II Diabetes, and Multiple Sclerosis. Autoimmune plasma and peripheral blood mononuclear cells are available from each disease type.

Patient treatment history and clinical reports are available for each sample, and may include auto antibody analysis and/or clinical diagnostic scores (ACR, SLEDAI, etc.). Autoimmune Diseased Cells & Tissue products are obtained from volunteers participating in an Institutional Review Board (IRB) or Human Subject Committee approved donor program. All donors sign an informed consent form, and are screened for infectious diseases (HIV, Hepatitis B & C).

For more information about autoimmune diseased cells and tissue specimens, visit www.AllCells.com.

Full release available here:  http://www.allcells.com/blog/allcells-introduces-autoimmune-diseased-cells-and-tissue-products/.    

About AllCells, LLC
AllCells, LLC is a global biotechnology company founded in 1998 to provide researchers with a reliable supply of biologically relevant, consistent quality primary cells that enable the advancement of scientific research in the areas of cell biology, oncology, virology, hematology, infectious disease and stem cell research. Unlike cell lines, which are typically mutated, transformed or immortalized, primary cells retain their original phenotypes hence better reflect in vivo morphology, metabolism and growth characteristics. These attributes are especially important for in vitro research applications where in vivo-like models are critically important. By partnering with AllCells, investigators can dramatically reduce time needed to isolate cells with guaranteed consistency thereby improving the efficiency, accuracy and relevance of their research studies. AllCells is fully certified in accordance with local, state and federal requirements.


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