Defining synthetic surfaces for human pluripotent stem cell culture

@inproceedings{Lambshead2013DefiningSS,
  title={Defining synthetic surfaces for human pluripotent stem cell culture},
  author={Jack William Lambshead and Laurence Meagher and Carmel M. O’Brien and Andrew L Laslett},
  booktitle={Cell Regeneration},
  year={2013}
}
Human pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs) are able to self-renew indefinitely and to differentiate into all adult cell types. hPSCs therefore show potential for application to drug screening, disease modelling and cellular therapies. In order to meet this potential, culture conditions must be developed that are consistent, defined, scalable, free of animal products and that facilitate stable self-renewal of hPSCs. Several culture surfaces have recently been reported to meet many of these criteria… CONTINUE READING
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