New iPSC Culture Medium Promises Weekends Off at Low Costs
New iPSC Culture Medium Promises Weekends Off at Low Costs
Biologists have published a DIY recipe for human induced pluripotent stem cell maintenance, which they estimate costs 3 percent of commercial media prices.
New iPSC Culture Medium Promises Weekends Off at Low Costs
New iPSC Culture Medium Promises Weekends Off at Low Costs

Biologists have published a DIY recipe for human induced pluripotent stem cell maintenance, which they estimate costs 3 percent of commercial media prices.

Biologists have published a DIY recipe for human induced pluripotent stem cell maintenance, which they estimate costs 3 percent of commercial media prices.

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The Scientist Lab Talk - Episode 2
The Scientist Lab Talk - Episode 2
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Oct 20, 2020
Gene Editing Makes Cells Evade Immune Attack In Vitro
Gene Editing Makes Cells Evade Immune Attack In Vitro
Emma Yasinski | Dec 12, 2019
To advance the possibility of off-the-shelf cardiac cell therapies, scientists devise an engineered cardiac stem cell that avoids stimulating a detrimental immune attack.
Oct4, Considered Vital for Creating iPSCs, Actually Isn’t Needed
Oct4, Considered Vital for Creating iPSCs, Actually Isn’t Needed
Emma Yasinski | Nov 8, 2019
Dropping the transcription factor from the four so-called Yamanaka factors reduces the efficiency of inducing the production of stem cells, but the resulting cells are of greater quality.
Woman Receives First Corneal Transplant Made from iPS Cells
Woman Receives First Corneal Transplant Made from iPS Cells
Emily Makowski | Sep 3, 2019
The patient’s vision has improved since the procedure, and her cornea remains clear.
Clinical Trial Underway for a Natural Killer Cell Therapy
Clinical Trial Underway for a Natural Killer Cell Therapy
Chia-Yi Hou | May 7, 2019
The cells, derived from induced pluripotent stem cells, are in testing as an immunotherapy for cancer patients with solid tumors.
Bioethicists Concerned over Japan’s Chimera Embryo Regulations
Bioethicists Concerned over Japan’s Chimera Embryo Regulations
Katarina Zimmer | Apr 4, 2019
Many researchers see the move to relax the rules as a welcome change, yet some are worried the revisions don’t take public concerns enough into consideration.
Opinion: Ethical Challenges in Using iPS Cells to Treat Paralysis
Opinion: Ethical Challenges in Using iPS Cells to Treat Paralysis
John D. Loike, Martin Grumet | Mar 7, 2019
Uncertainties about the cells’ risk profiles and the potential for hyping unproven therapies mean scientists and the media must tread carefully.
Japan Approves iPS Cell Therapy Trial for Spinal Cord Injury
Japan Approves iPS Cell Therapy Trial for Spinal Cord Injury
Catherine Offord | Feb 18, 2019
The treatment will be tested in a handful of patients who suffered nerve damage in sports or traffic accidents.
The Biggest Science News of 2018
The Biggest Science News of 2018
Kerry Grens | Dec 27, 2018
From disastrous scientific setbacks to the upending of scientific dogma and the end of a 40-year search for a protein