Fibroblasts, the most common mammalian connective tissue cells, are specialized for the secretion of collagenous extracellular matrix and are jointly responsible for the architectural framework of the body. A fibroblast cell plays a critical role in wound healing. When a tissue is injured, the fibroblasts nearby proliferate, migrate into the wound, and produce large amounts of collagenous matrix, which helps to isolate and repair the damaged tissue.
Features of Fibroblasts from Creative Bioarray:
|☆||Isolated from human healthy and diseased donors, as well as animals such as mouse, rat, and monkey.|
|☆||High purity, low passage, rigorously characterized, and performance tested.|
|☆||Available for a variety of research areas including pulmonary, cardiology, dermatology, gastrointestinal, oncology.|