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More comprehensive and scalable culture solution made available to Corning’s global customer base
October 2014
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Corning Inc.
 
Corning has announced it has entered into an agreement with BioLamina to manufacture and package the Recombinant Laminin-521 (rLaminin-521) pluripotent stem-cell and neural stem-cell growth matrix.
 
The collaboration will augment Corning Life Sciences’ industry-leading portfolio of defined coating substrates and extend the availability of this product to research labs worldwide.
 
Corning and BioLamina recognize a strong demand in the stem cell research market for chemically defined, xeno-free systems. rLaminin-521 provides a defined, animal-free substrate that allows robust and scalable cell culture of pluripotent stem cells and neural stem cells with greater cell purity—critical attributes for the emerging stem cell processing market and a vital enabling component for future cell therapies using these types of cells.
 
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