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ioGABAergic Neurons APP V717I/V717I

Human iPSC-derived Alzheimer's disease model

ioGABAergic Neurons APP V717I/V717I are opti-ox™ precision reprogrammed GABAergic neurons carrying a genetically engineered homozygous V7171 (London) mutation in the APP gene encoding the amyloid precursor protein. This mutation is linked to familial early-onset Alzheimer's disease (AD).

These cells offer a functional, rapidly maturing, and disease relevant system to study the role of the APP V717I (London) mutation in early-onset AD, alongside a genetically matched wild-type control.

 

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Confidently investigate your phenotype of interest across multiple clones with our disease model clone panel. Detailed characterisation data (below) and bulk RNA sequencing data (upon request) help you select specific clones if required.

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Benchtop benefits

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Make True Comparisons

Pair the ioDisease Model Cells with the genetically matched wild-type ioGABAergic Neurons to directly investigate the effect of the mutant APP protein on early-onset AD.

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Highly pure

>99% of cells express key GABAergic markers within 4 days post-thaw, allowing consistent and reproducible results from every vial.

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Co-culture compatible

Suitable for co-culture and tri-culture studies with ioGlutamatergic Neurons and astrocytes.

Technical data

Highly characterised and defined

Disease model cells express key GABAergic neuron-specific markers comparably to the isogenic control

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Immunofluorescent staining on day 12 post-revival demonstrates similar homogenous expression of the pan-neuronal marker, MAP2 and GABAergic neuron-specific marker, GABA in both disease model clones compared to the wild-type (WT) isogenic control. 100X magnification.

Disease model cells form structural neuronal networks by day 12

ioGABA APP V717I Hom Morphology panel

Both disease model clones mature rapidly and form structural neuronal networks over 12 days, with neurons identified by day 3 and visible neuronal networks being observed by day 10 post-thaw, similarly to the WT isogenic control. Day 1 to 12 post thawing; 100X magnification. 

Disease model cells demonstrate gene expression of neuronal and GABAergic-specific markers following reprogramming

ioGABA APP V717I Hom RT-qPCR

Gene expression analysis demonstrates that both disease model clones and the WT isogenic control lack the expression of pluripotency markers (NANOG and OCT4) at day 12 post-thaw, whilst robustly expressing pan-neuronal (TUBB3) and GABAergic-specific markers, GAD1, GAD2, VGAT, DLX1, and DLX2. Gene expression levels were assessed by RT-qPCR (data expressed relative to the parental hiPSC control (iPSC Control), normalised to GAPDH). Data represents day 12 post-revival samples.

Cells arrive ready to plate

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ioGABAergic Neurons APP V717I/V717I are delivered in a cryopreserved format and are programmed to rapidly mature upon revival in the recommended media. The protocol for the generation of these cells is a two-phase process: Induction, which is carried out at bit.bio, Stabilisation for 3 days (Phase 1), and Maintenance (Phase 2) during which the ioGABAergic Neurons mature. Phases 1 and 2 after revival of cells are carried out at the customer site.

Product information

Starting material

Human iPSC line

Karyotype

Normal (46, XY)

Seeding compatibility

6, 12, 24, 96 and 384 well plates

Shipping info

Dry ice

Donor

Caucasian adult male (skin fibroblast)

Vial size

Small: >3 x 10⁶ viable cells

Quality control

Sterility, protein expression (ICC) and gene expression (RT-qPCR)

Differentiation method

opti-ox cellular reprogramming

Recommended seeding density

150,000 cells/cm²

User storage

LN2 or -150°C

Format

Cryopreserved cells

Product use

ioCells are for research use only

Genetic modification

Homozygous V717I mutation in the APP gene

Applications

Alzheimer's disease modelling
Drug discovery and development
MEA analysis
Co-culture studies
ASO screening

Available clones

io1081S: ioGABAergic Neurons APP V717I/V717I (CL59)
io1082S: ioGABAergic Neurons APP V717I/V717I (CL70)

Product resources

Generation and characterisation of a panel of human iPSC-derived neurons and microglia carrying early and late onset relevant mutations for Alzheimer’s disease Poster
Generation and characterisation of a panel of human iPSC-derived neurons and microglia carrying early and late onset relevant mutations for Alzheimer’s disease
Smith et al. 
bit.bio
2024
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In this webinar, Dr Rodney Bowling, CSO of Everlum Bio, offers an expert discussion on their use of ioGABAergic neurons for the screening of antisense oligonucleotide (ASO) based RNA therapeutics to accelerate the discovery of novel personalised therapies for rare autism spectrum disorders (ASD).

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