• x
  • 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

Laminin-521

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

  • x
  • 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

Laminin-111

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.

  • x
  • 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.

 

 

“By using the nature of the laminins in vitro it is possible to create a biorelevant cell culture niche that ensures in vivo-like phenotypes for better experiments and clinical translation – a true revolution.”

- Dr. Kristian Tryggvason, CEO

 

The BioLamina Laminin Technology

BioLamina offers cell culture matrices mimicking natures own, providing the only laminins that are the original, full length, recombinant laminins on the market - making cell culture easy, reliable and repeatable

 

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 will be attending this years Stem Cell Summit in Boston, April 25 -27. Hope to see you there!


Poster presentations

ISSCR 2015
ISSCR 2014 

Overview Events & Meetings 2016

 

News feed

To keep up to date with news from BioLamina, make sure you follow our updates on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

 

Interested in subscribing to BioLamina Newsletter? Click here to sign up
You can find all our Newsletters here.

Testimonials

"We have changed our hESC and hiPSC cultures from a MEF-based system to Laminin-521 in combination with Nutristem medium. This system allows a more standardized culture, independent of variable batches of MEFs. We experienced that the laminin-521 culture system has a high efficiency and lower labor-intensity when compared to the MEF-based systems. LN521 enabled us to culture our cell lines more flexibly, using only small quantities of cells for routine maintenance of lines and allowing a fast upscaling of cultures when experiments are planned."
Doctor Mieke Geens, Medical School of the Vrije Universiteit

 

Want to hear what other researchers think of BioLamina's products? Take a look here.

BioLamina is proud to initiate interviews of people behind the important stem cell work being done across the globe. We are kicking this off with an interview with Associate Professor Anna Falk at Karolinska Institutet here in Stockholm, Sweden. Enjoy!

 

BioLamina Presents

Dr Anna Falk

In 2012 Anna Falk became an associate professor at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm. She heads a research team studying molecular mechanisms underlying developmental diseases of the human nervous system. Using iPSC (induced Pluripotent Stem Cell) techniques she models the neural development of a human brain in a dish. Anna has also been tasked with establishing the first iPSCs core facility in Sweden and is in the middle of getting everything up and running. Read the interview.

Welcome to BioLamina's newly established laminin Science Room! Here you can read about the science behind the laminin technology, the evolution of stem cell culture, and the revolution of BioLamina's laminins. 

BioLaminas's products are based on decades of groundbreaking discoveries and are used by leading research groups world wide. We want to share this knowledge with you, and by launching The Science Room we have taken the first step in developing a platform for technical information related to laminin-based cell culture.

Please let us know how we can make The Science Room the forum of your choice.

 

 

Biolamina is in the forefront of cell culturing and offers premium high technology products combined with outstanding scientific support. Our products empower scientists to start a new era in medical research, ultimately enabling cell therapy.

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.