High-throughput fingerprinting of human pluripotent stem cell factor responsiveness and lineage induction bias

Abstract

Supplementary Figure 2 Development of defined and fully disclosed media and substrate Supplementary Figure 3 Data analysis pipeline Supplementary Figure 4 Patterning of additional cell types and assay robustness analysis Supplementary Figure 5 Cell density effect on pluripotency response Supplementary Figure 6 Dose curves of non-responsive factors Supplementary Figure 7 T-cell reprogramming and characterization Supplementary Figure 8 Germ layer differentiation of multiple cell lines Supplementary Figure 9 Definitive endoderm induction across a panel of cell lines Supplementary Figure 10 Quantitative comparison of pathway activation across hiPSC lines Supplementary Table 1 96μCP assay configuration Nature Methods

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@inproceedings{Nazareth2013HighthroughputFO, title={High-throughput fingerprinting of human pluripotent stem cell factor responsiveness and lineage induction bias}, author={Emanuel J.P. Nazareth and Joel E.E. Ostblom and Petra B. L{\"{u}cker and Shreya Shukla and Manuel {\'A}lvarez and Steve K.W. Oh and Ting Yin and Peter W. Zandstra}, year={2013} }