Researchers at the University of Wisconsin, using a combination of techiques, conducted a rigorous analysis of ESC’s and iPSC’s revealing significant and functionally related differences. Their research also resulted in the establishment of a new online resource named SCOR for storing and searching data on pluripotency. Read more in NATURE METHODS.
Monday Seminar Series
Genetic Dissection of Pluripotency in
Human Embryonic Stem Cells
Ali H. Brivanlou PhD
Robert and Harriet Heilbrunn Professor
The Rockefeller University
Monday, November 3, 2008
Welch Hall Level Two Refreshments 3:45 Lecture 4:00
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