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Wild-type and HIF-1[alpha] -/- ES cells were transfected with APRE-luc and, after media change, were further cultivated in the presence of LIF-free medium or complete medium for 24 h in either normoxia or hypoxia.
As a result of the discussions in Jordan, in January 2014 the country passed a law to control research and therapy using human ES cells. The regulation was the first in the Arab and Islamic region.
[Flk1.sup.+] Cells Obtained from ES Cells Expressed Mesodermal and Angioblastic Markers.
ES cells cryopreserved in mFreSR[TM] have thawing efficiencies 5 to 10 fold higher than conventional thawing methods using serum.
Tree topology computed from COI and cytochrome b genes showed single cluster for sequences from HF-like ES cells and fish blood DNA, while C.
We show here that levels of [5.sup.hm]C are reduced by TET2 knockdown in ES cells and in TET2 mutated MDS bone marrow samples.
We examined AHR expression at earlier developmental times using pluripotent ES cells differentiated in vitro for which temporal expression patterns of markers of all three germ layers can readily be followed (Beddington and Robertson 1989).
Since absolute IGF-1R levels are relatively low in ES cell lines, we sought to determine whether Ewing sarcoma stem-like cells constituted a population of cells resistant to anti-IGF-1R therapy based upon lower expression of IGF-1R than the total population.
Since the isolation of human ES cells, 2 less controversial stem cell types have been discovered: adult stem (AS) cells and induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells.
The four ICM-derived cell clumps from hybrid mice formed ES cell colonies at the first passage.
The potential of mouse ES cells to generate functional DA neurons and to correct behavioural deficits after engraftment into Parkinsonian rats has been demonstrated (7,8).
At the forefront of the concerns raised in this debate has been the notion that pluripotent (1) ES cells can only be obtained from blastocysts, requiring the destruction of viable embryos.