Consensus Guidance for Banking and Supply of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Lines for Research Purposes

@article{lvarez2009ConsensusGF,
  title={Consensus Guidance for Banking and Supply of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Lines for Research Purposes},
  author={Manuel {\'A}lvarez {\'A}lvarez and Duncan C. Baker and Guillaume Blin and Kevin Bruce and Oliver Bruestle and Robin Buckle and Carine Camby and Daniel P. Collins and Alan Colman and Catriona Crombie and Luc Douay and Meri T. Firpo and Claire Fitzgerald and Paul Gokhale and Lyn E. Healy and Nancy Jessie and Rosemarie Kirzner and Sorapop Kiatpongsan and Barbara B Knowles and Hung-Chih Kuo and Mary Laughlin and Neta Lavon and Tenneille E. Ludwig and Majlinda Lakov and John Macauley and Ronald McKay and Phillipe Menasche and P. J. Men{\'e}ndez and Anna Michalska and Maria Mileikovskaia and Stephen Minger and Gyan Chandra Mishra and Jennifer Moody and Karen Montgomery and Clive J Morris and Christine L Mummery and Yukio Nakamura and Norio Nakatsuji and Shin-ichi Nishikawa and Steve Kah-Weng Oh and Sun Kyung Oh and Patricia N Olson and Timo Otonkoski and Milind Patole and Xuetao Pei and Martin Pera and Michel Puc{\'e}at and Kristiina M Rajala and Benjamin E. Reubinoff and Allan Robins and Heather M. Rooke and Victor Rumayor and Heli Scotman and Jon K. Sherlock and Carlos Sim{\'o}n and Douglas Sipp and Rebecca E. Skinner and David K Smith and Glyn Stacey and Sonia Stefanovic and Raimund Strehl and Robert L. Taft and Tsuneo Takahashi and Sohel Talib and Stefanie Terstegge and Rodney Turner and Timo Tuuri and John Yu and Peter W. Zandstra and Augustin Zapata and Fanyi Zeng},
  journal={Stem Cell Reviews and Reports},
  year={2009},
  volume={5},
  pages={301-314}
}
In just a few years hundreds of human embryonic stem cell (hESC) lines have been established in laboratories around the world and many programmes of research initiated to investigate their properties and broad ranging potential in therapy and for other research applications, such as developmental biology, toxicology and drug discovery. This work is being performed with a variety of cell lines using a variety of culture conditions; a situation that makes standardisation between projects and… CONTINUE READING

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