Seeking Superior Stem Cells


Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute researchers have discovered that if they add two additional genes to the four that are already normally used to convert adult cells into induced pluripotent stem cells, the reprogramming process is more efficient and the quality of the stem cells generated in the process are better.

Read about it here.

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mburatov

Professor of Biochemistry at Spring Arbor University (SAU) in Spring Arbor, MI. Have been at SAU since 1999. Author of The Stem Cell Epistles. Before that I was a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA (1997-1999), and Sussex University, Falmer, UK (1994-1997). I studied Cell and Developmental Biology at UC Irvine (PhD 1994), and Microbiology at UC Davis (MA 1986, BS 1984).

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