Applications: WB, IP
PC12 is a cell line derived from a pheochromocytoma of a male rat adrenal gland. PC12 cells are small, irregularly shaped cells that form as floating clusters with a few scattered attached cells in culture. PC12 cells are also suitable as a transfection host. With the addition of nerve growth factor to PC12 cells, they will stop dividing and terminally differentiate, making PC12 a useful model for neuronal differentiation.
Research Areas for PC-12
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