This case study highlights Monasterium Laboratory''s expertise in preclinical hair and skin analyses.Â It shows...
Monasterium Laboratory has vast experience in the isolation and culture of a wide range of cell populations from healthy and diseased human skin and hair follicles.
In-vitro experiments with primary and established cell line cultures can provide important insights into drug/compound safety, function and activity. The company utilises human skin and hair follicle primary cells for establishing new 3D in-vitro systems to meet the specific requirements of its clients.
Currently available primary human skin cell cultures include:
- Dermal papilla cells
- Keratinocytes – hair follicle and skin-derived
- Epidermal and hair follicle melanocytes
- Dermal fibroblasts
- Mast cells and other immune cell types such as T-cells, macrophages
- Adult human skin stem cells
Monsterium Laboratory''s Laser Capture Microdissection service utilises PALM MicroBeam technology for uncontaminated specimen collection from...
Scientists at the Monasterium Laboratory have discovered that human hair follicles sense their environment and...
Monasterium Laboratory's scientists have published a new article in the British Journal of Dermatology on...