Anna Leabourn Boss, Tanvi Damani ... Anna ES Brooks
Full spectrum flow cytometry reveals a high degree of placental mesenchymal cell heterogeneity, which is lost with culture, highlighting the importance of detailed ex vivo phenotyping to optimise the use of these cells in downstream applications.
The neonatally maturing pituitary harbors an activated stem cell compartment and shows prominent regenerative capacity, as revealed by single-cell transcriptomic profiling and in vitro (organoid) and in vivo (mouse) exploration.
Daniela Ávila-González, Wendy Portillo ... Néstor F Díaz
Interaction of human embryonic stem cells (hESC) with human amniotic epithelial cells (hAEC) confers hESC a pluripotent potential that resembles the anteriorized epiblast, which is predisposed to form the neural ectoderm.
An automated platform for cell culture combines robotics and artificial intelligence to optimize cell culture protocols and reliably produce specific cell types that could be used for regenerative medicine treatments.
Jianhua Zhang, Zachery R Gregorich ... Timothy J Kamp
Investigation of defined extracellular matrix proteins in differentiation of human pluripotent stem cells to cardiomyocytes reveals fibronectin, in addition to soluble factors, is required for cardiogenesis.