Vijay Setaluri, Ph. D
Skin diseases constitute a major public health burden in the US and worldwide. Understanding the cellular and molecular basis of these disease is facilitated by the availability of quality controlled pure populations of skin cells derived from both healthy and affected individuals. The Cell Culture Core of the UW SDRC will serve a large interdisciplinary group of scientists in their studies of human skin biology in health and disease. The Core Leader for the Cell Culture Core is Vijay Setaluri, PhD. Dr. Setaluri seeks to understand molecular mechanisms of skin cancer melanoma tumorigenesis and progression, and basic cell and molecular biology of epidermal melanocytes.
The specific aims of the Cell Culture Core are:
||SDRC Member Price*
| Primary Cells (keratinocyte, melanocyte, fibroblast): Live
| Primary Cells (keratinocyte, melanocyte, fibroblast): Frozen Vial
|| (1mL vial)
| Primary Cells (keratinocyte, melanocyte, fibroblast): Frozen Pellet
| Established Cell Lines (except iPSC): Live
| Established Cell Lines (except iPSC): Frozen Vial
|| (1mL vial)
| Established Cell Lines (except iPSC): Frozen Pellet
|Lentivirus production||(1x109 CFU/ml)||$300.00|
| Mycoplasma testing (24 hour turnaround)
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| Specialty cell culture medium preparation
(Fees vary based on the need. Please contact Hannah Strelchenko to discuss your project.)
*For non-member prices, and for any services or products not listed in the schedule, please contact Program Manager Hannah Strelchenko.
Published work that includes data obtained through Cell Culture Core services should cite the following:
"Research reported in this publication was supported by the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) under Award Number P30 AR066524, Skin Diseases Research Center at the University of Wisconsin. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the NIH."
Please contact Hannah Strelchenko with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or (608) 263-9366.