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Jun 20 2016

Human PBMCs Available Online

ReachBio Research Labs now makes it easy for you to purchase Human Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells (PBMCs) online! The blood that is used to make our primary cell products is obtained from healthy human donors under Institutional Review Board, IRB-approved protocols and processed within twenty-four to thirty hours of the initial collection. Donors have been thoroughly screened and found to be negative for a number of infectious agents, including HIV, HBV, and HCV.

Our scientists use these same primary cells every day in our contract services lab for high value projects for clients in the pharma and biotechnology industries. Their extensive experience in handling and using human primary cells is used in the production of our human cell products, resulting in high quality cells that you can rely on for your own important experiments. We use Cryostor CS5 serum-free cryopreservation medium to ensure high post-thaw viability and overfill each vial to ensure you always get at least the number of cells we advertise on the vial when they are thawed correctly.

Online purchase is available for customers shipping within the United States of America. For all other customers purchasing PBMCs to be shipped outside of the USA, a ReachBio team member will reach out to you within 24 hours of your purchase to go over product pricing (pricing for Canada same as USA), shipping, and handling costs.

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ReachBio Research Labs is committed to operating under the highest ethical and legal standards for the acquisition of human cells used in our Primary Human Cell Products and Contract Assay Services. As such, all primary human cells used and sold by ReachBio Research Labs are sourced within the USA under protocols that have been obtained via Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval. IRB are also known as Independent Ethics Committees (IECs) or Ethical Review Boards (ERBs) and are governed by Title 45 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 46.