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Peptides for Efficient Chondrogenic Differentiation
Peptides for Efficient Chondrogenic Differentiation Activin/BMP2 chimeric ligands that direct human adipose-derived stem cells to chondrogenic differentiation in a reproducible and highly efficient manner. INVENTION: Human adipose-derived stem cells (hASCs) can be easily isolated and their plasticity has been well characterized. Several TGF...
Published: 12/10/2013   |   Inventor(s):  
Keywords(s): Activin, Adipocyte Differentiation, Adipose Stem Cells, Adipose Tissue, Belmonte, BMP-2, Cartilage, Cartilage Damage, Cartilage Injury, Cartilage Repair, Cell Culture Media, Cell Lines, Chimeric Protein, Chondrocyte, Differentiation, Induced pluripotent stem cells, iPSC, Mesenchymal Stem Cells, Protein Modification, Proteins, Regenerative Medicine, Reprogramming, TGF
Category(s): Regenerative Medicine, Research Reagents
Fast Production Method Increases Stem Cell Yield, Safety
Fast Production Method Increases Stem Cell Yield, Safety Indirect lineage conversion of human cells has the potential to generate multiple cell lineages in an efficient and safe manner. INVENTION: Investigators at the Salk Institute have developed a faster and safer method for the generation of vascular progenitor cells from adult human fib...
Published: 11/6/2013   |   Inventor(s):  
Keywords(s): Belmonte, Canine Stem Cells, Cardiovascular Disease, Cell Culture Media, Cell Lines, Equine Stem Cells, Indirect Lineage Conversion, Induced pluripotent stem cells, Ischemia, Lineage Conversion, Neural Stem Cells, Neurogenesis, Regenerative Medicine, Reprogramming, Stem Cells, Vascular disease, Vascular progenitor cells
Category(s): Regenerative Medicine, Cardiovascular, Animal Health
Faster and Safer Method for Differentiation of Human Stem Cells
Faster and Safer Method for Differentiation of Human Stem Cells Method also allows for unlimited expansion potential of stem cells without the use of feeder cells. INVENTION: Investigators at the Salk Institute have developed an efficient method for the directed differentiation of human embryonic stem cells (hES) and human induced pluripoten...
Published: 10/15/2013   |   Inventor(s):  
Keywords(s): Belmonte, Canine Stem Cells, Cardiovascular Disease, Cell Culture Media, Cell Lines, Equine Stem Cells, Ischemia, Regenerative Medicine, Reprogramming, Stem Cells, Vascular disease, Vascular progenitor cells
Category(s): Cardiovascular, Regenerative Medicine, Animal Health
Versatile Method for Producing Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSCs) from Any Somatic Starter Cells
Versatile Method for Producing Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSCs) from Any Somatic Starter Cells Method eliminates the need for SOX2 or OCT4 to generate human iPSCs from any somatic cell type. INVENTION: Investigators at the Salk Institute have developed a versatile method for reprogramming mature differentiated somatic cells into plurip...
Published: 10/11/2013   |   Inventor(s):  
Keywords(s): Belmonte, Canine Stem Cells, Cell Culture Media, Cell Lines, c-MYC, Equine Stem Cells, Induced pluripotent stem cells, iPSC, KLF4, OCT4, Regenerative Medicine, Reprogramming, SOX2, Stem Cells
Category(s): Cardiovascular, Inflammation, Regenerative Medicine, Animal Health
New Improved Media: Differentiation, Maintenance, and Electrophysiological Evaluation of Neuronal Cultures
New Improved Media: Differentiation, Maintenance, and Electrophysiological Evaluation of Neuronal Cultures BrainPhys is a novel media which improves differentiation and electrophysiological activity of neurons, supports long-term in vitro culture, mimics physiological conditions of the living brain, and allows for assessment of electrophysiolog...
Published: 7/9/2013   |   Inventor(s):  
Keywords(s): Calcium Signaling, Cell Culture Media, Cell Lines, Neurons, Patch Clamping, Regenerative Medicine, Reprogramming, Stem Cells
Category(s): Neurosciences and Ophthalmology, Regenerative Medicine, Research Reagents
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