BioLamina is built on a scientific foundation with a legacy in matrix biology and solid experience in cell culture based research. We offer recombinant human laminin cell culture matrices, ideal for feeder-free culture of human pluripotent stem cells, adult stem cells and tissue-specific cells. The BioLamina laminins are the only full length, recombinant laminins on the market and are totally defined and xeno-free. The coating recapitulates the authentic cell-specific matrix interaction which increase the functionality of the cells and makes cell culture easy, reliable and repeatable.

Learn more about how laminin can be used for cell specific applications HERE.

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  • Expansion of human PSC

  • Clonal Applications

  • Eye Applications

  • Cardiac Applications

  • Neural Applications

  • Skeletal Muscle Applications

  • Kidney cell culture

  • Hepatic Applications

  • Cancer cells

  • Animal Stem Cells

  • Endothelial Applications

  • Pancreatic Applications

  • Epithelial Applications

LN521

Laminin-521 human stem cell matrix makes pluripotent stem cell culture easy in a defined, xeno-free and biologically relevant cell culture system.

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  • Neural Applications

  • Hepatic Applications

  • Expansion of human PSC

  • Clonal Applications

  • Eye Applications

  • Cardiac Applications

  • Skeletal Muscle Applications

  • Kidney cell culture

  • Cancer cells

  • Animal Stem Cells

  • Endothelial Applications

  • Pancreatic Applications

  • Epithelial Applications

LN111

Laminin-111 is important during early epithelial development and differentiation of the epiblast, and is commonly used as a general attachment protein in cell culture.

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  • Neural Applications

  • Clonal Applications

  • Eye Applications

  • Expansion of human PSC

  • Endothelial Applications

  • Animal Stem Cells

  • Pancreatic Applications

  • Epithelial Applications

  • Cardiac Applications

  • Skeletal Muscle Applications

  • Kidney cell culture

  • Hepatic Applications

  • Cancer cells

LAMscreen™

LAMscreen is a kit with all our currently available laminin isoforms so that you can easily screen the best laminins for different cell types.

 

BioLamina's Latest

We are proud to announce Dr. Stephen Minger as Scientific Advisor for BioLamina.

"Dr. Minger has extensive experience of both the research towards cell therapy and development of cell lines for drug discovery in both industry and academia, which makes him very unique in the field and the perfect Scientific Advisor for BioLamina”, comments Dr. Kristian Tryggvason, CEO and Co-Founder of Biolamina

Events & Meetings

BioLamina is attending the world stem cell summit in West Palm Beach, Florida, USA
December 6 - 9. 

 

Overview Events & Meetings 2016

 

 

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We are known and recognized for our products, competence, dedication and service, all contributing to our customers’ efficiency and scientific breakthroughs.

Stem cell culture

Pluripotent stem cell culture is easy on human recombinant laminin-521 (LN521™). LN521 is used as the stem cell substrate for self-renewal of both human embryonic stem cells and induced pluripotent stem cells in a chemically defined, feeder-free and animal-protein free cell culture system.

LN521 allows the survival and expansion of human ES and iPS cells after plating from single cell suspension. LN521 based stem cell cultures grow as monolayers on top of the laminin substrate and remain pluripotent without spontaneous differentiation. LN521 enables easy and efficient expansion of your hESCs and iPSCs in a biologically relevant in vitro stem cell niche.