$1,999.00

Quantity: ~1M viable cells
CIRM Line ID: CW20026
Disease: Autism Spectrum Disorder
Gender: Male
Sampled age: 10
Ethinicity: Caucasian, Latino

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Description

Quantity: ~1M viable cells
CIRM Line ID: CW20026
Disease: Autism Spectrum Disorder
Gender: Male
Sampled age: 10
Race: Caucasian, Latino

Donor data

Demographic (source: CIRM) Description AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER; ASD
Affected Status Yes
Product iPSC
Source PBMC
Sex Male
Age at Sampling 10 YR
Race Caucasian
Ethnicity Hispanic or Latino
Family CIRM00093
Relationship to Proband proband
Publications Cited 0
dbGap No
Diagnosis Age 2
Biopsy Source Blood
Collection Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Family Member Number 1
Cell Type Stem Cell
Tissue Type Induced pluripotent stem cell
Transformant Episomal
Species sapiens
Common Name human
Subject Type concordant sib pair
Detailed Clinical Data false
Clinical data (source: CIRM) ASD ASD
Number_of_siblings_with_ASD 1
Symptoms_Present_in_the_First_Year_of_Life None
ADOS_Test_Used ADOS 2
Communication_and_Social 19
Stereotyped_Behaviors_and_Restricted_Interests 3
Full_Scale_IQ 52
Verbal_IQ 46
Non_Verbal_IQ 61
Test_used Stanford Binet
ASDMedicalFamilyHistory ASDMedicalFamilyHistory
Diagnosis Autism Spectrum Disorder
Birthweight_(kgs) 2.35
Birth_order 4
Number_of_siblings_(includes_half_and_whole_siblin 3
Weight_% 3
Height_% 45.1
Head_Circumference_(cm) 54.25
Maternal_age_(years) 35
Maternal_age_at_delivery_(years) 25
Paternal_age_(years) 50
Paternal_age_at_delivery_(years) 40
Chromosome_test_results Not Available
Consanguinity No
  • Users do not need any additional license for the use of these differentiated cells even when cells are used for high throughput screening or drug discovery.
  • All donor consents include statements on the following:
    • Testing the cells’ DNA (this is referred to as the cell’s genetic code or sequence) and making the information known to other researchers
    • Changing some of the genetic code or sequence within these cells
    • Using cells to test or select drugs to treat disease
    • Transplanting cells or resulting products to humans or animals
      Distributing cells widely (nationally and internationally) for research, training or commercial medical product development
    • Future research and uses unforeseen at this time
  • Donors were screened and negative for HIV, HBV, and HCV. Donors under the age of 18 could opt out of HIV testing; all HCV-positive donors submitted skin punches, not peripheral blood, and were not screened for any infectious agents due to small volume of blood present in punches.
  • Human induced pluripotent stem cells were established by non-integrating episomal reprogramming. Reprogramming and quality control were performed by Cellular Dynamics International.

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