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New research describes how the pluripotency-associated factor DPPA5 promotes the maintenance of the pluripotent state
New research describes how differentiated cells undergo the process of self-renewal via specific enhancer element usage
The application of a new fluorescent probe may enhance our ability to maintain high quality pluripotent stem cell cultures
A new study suggests that encapsulation of ESC-derived cells with a modified seaweed product could enhance survival and lower immune responses after transplantation
The generation of a new reporter human embryonic stem cell line may potentiate the production of cells used to treat visual loss in humans
Using a stage matching approach, researchers functionally validate the in vivo pluripotency of human pluripotent stem cells via chimera formation
Newly devised culture strategy could aid the study and treatment of multiple psychiatric disorders.
New research uncovers small molecule drugs with the capacity to induce skeletal muscle differentiation from human pluripotent stem cells sources
A new study finds that CRISPR functions more efficiently in naïve human pluripotent stem cells.
A new study describes for the first time the functions of single lincRNA family members, and in doing so, describes how they can affect pluripotency and embryo development
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