The development of primary blood vessels from in situ differentiating haematopoetic stem cells is called vasculogenesis. The embryonic development of the vascular system starts with the formation of so-called blood islands which are produced under the influence of factors of the „Fibroblast Growth Factor“ (FGF) family from mesodermal cells of the yolk. These cells are called Haemangioblasts. They form the origin of the haematopoetic stem cells and the endothelial precursor cells, the angioblasts.
The haemangioblast medium from PAN-Biotech is a complete ready-for-use medium and provided with all necessary supplements (glutamine, growth factors, foetal bovine serum). With a storage temperature of 4° C it keeps for at least 6 months.