iPSc from patient diagnosed with Izochromosome X



X isochromosome (iso(Xq)) is one of the causes of Turner Syndrome, which is characterized by short

stature and loss of ovarian function. This condition affects 1 in 2500-3000 born girls. Additionally,

isochromosome X may be associated with predisposition to autoimmune diseases such as Hashimoto’s

thyroiditis, celiac disease, Crohn’s disease and other. iPSC generated from cells obtained from patient with

iso(Xq) may serve as an in vitro disease model due to their ability to differentiate into cells of thyroid,

intestine and others.









Culture type:


Adherent Cell Culture

Donor source:


Single donor

Number of cells:


30 colonies

Tests Performed:


Sterility Testing (Bacteria & Fungi)



Ordering informations;


Catalog No.

Product Name


CL 05016-CLTH


1 vial