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Three types of skin cells can all come from one type of stem cells in the follicles
Friday, 03.12.2010, 12:03pm
According to a reuters news article, a group of Dutch and Swedish scientists found the mother of all skin cells in the form of a type of stem cells in the follicles.
iPS patent issues in the spotlight
Friday, 02.05.2010, 12:56pm

UK grants patent for iPS cells to a Japanese research group…but not Yamanaka!  US allows iPS cells to an American lab…but not Thomson!

Nature Method's review on iPSCs and lists Allele Biotech as a supplier
Thursday, 01.14.2010, 11:17am
Rapid progress with induced pluripotent stem cells is bringing scientists closer to understanding their strengths and weaknesses as embryonic stem cell stand-ins. By Michael Eisenstein.
Reprogrammable mice created by a single insertion of polycistonic iPS factors
Tuesday, 01.12.2010, 05:59am
Mouse strains were created that have a single insertion of all 4 reprogramming factors commonly used to generate induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs).
Injecting Stem Cells Into Brains
Wednesday, 12.23.2009, 02:11pm
A neurosurgeon at Southern General Hospital in Glasgow, Scotland, plans to drill a hole in a patient’s skull, insert a needle and inject 2 million stem cells from ReNeuron Group Plc into his brain early next year.
Difference between hESCs and NSC-Derived Integration-Free iPSCs
Monday, 09.21.2009, 02:21pm
A new publication in PLoS ONE analyzed in detail the differences between embryonic stem cells (ES cells) and iPS cells.   There were three groups of genes that changed significantly between hESC versus iPSC and iPSC versus parental NSC.
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  » iPSC generated by using a single reprogramming factor, Oct4…with limitations?
  » Proof-of-Principle Validation that iPSCs are Functional Equivalent to ES Cells?
  » Making iPSC easier to create by suppressing p53

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Allele Biotech's DNA-free, feeder-free, xeno-free mRNA reprogramming method is being applied to human clinical programs. Start your iPSC system right from the start!
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Enabling direct fate conversion with network biology
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Generation of stomach tissue from mouse embryonic stem cells
Hepatic progenitor cells of biliary origin with liver repopulation capacity
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