LLC1 cell pellet - 5 million cells


Content: 1 cryovial
Product variants
Product number: 400263CP5
Product nr Options Price
400263 cryopreserved culture €340.00
400263CP cell pellet - 1 million cells €75.00
400263CP5 cell pellet - 5 million cells €300.00
400263GD5 genomic DNA - 5 microgram €95.00
440263 growing culture €600.00
Product information "LLC1 cell pellet - 5 million cells"

Manufacturing method

The cells have been cultured to about 80-90% confluence and harvested according to standard cell culture procedures. Detached cells were rinsed twice in ice-cold PBS, collected by centrifugation, and snap-frozen immediately in liquid nitrogen.


  • Isolation of gDNA
  • Isolation of RNA
  • Production of lysates
  • Fixation of the pellet and histochemistry


2.0 million cells per pellet

Quality control

The cell preparation was free of mycoplasma contamination as determined through PCR. Cell viability was >90% ahead of preparing the aliquots.


Keep the cell pellet at -196°C for long-term storage. Do not store the pellets at -80°C for a longer period. Always keep the cell pellet on ice during preparations.


Please centrifuge before opening the vial.

References "LLC1 cell pellet - 5 million cells"
Contamination-free cells
To identify mycoplasma contaminations we perform PCR-based and luminescence-based mycoplasma assays. We further determine any bacterial or fungal contamination through our standardized manufacturing processes.
Bulk order
Besides genomic DNA, RNA, cell pellets, and cell lysates in bulk, we can offer large quantities of assay-ready cells, plated cells in multiple formats, and frozen or growing cells. Contact us to receive a quote.
Authenticated cells
Each manufactured batch of cell lines* is authenticated via STR analysis. Contact us if you require a publication-ready STR report for your cells (*human, hamster, mouse, rat, and dog cells).
HLA alleles
HLA characterization is available from more than 200 cell lines. HLA class I -A, B, C, and Class II HLA-DPA1, -DPB1, -DQA1, DQB1, and DRB1 alleles were obtained by next-generation sequencing methodologies (NGS) for class I and class II alleles.