Mass production of embryoid bodies in microbeads.

@article{Magyar2001MassPO,
  title={Mass production of embryoid bodies in microbeads.},
  author={Josef P. Magyar and Mohamed Nemir and Elisabeth Ehler and Nicolai Suter and Jean Claude Perriard and Hans M. Eppenberger},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={2001},
  volume={944},
  pages={
          135-43
        }
}
Embryonic stem cells (ESC) are totipotent cells that can differentiate into a large number of different cell types. Stem cell-derived, differentiated cells are of increasing importance as a potential source for non-proliferating cells (e.g., cardiomyocytes or neurons) for future tissue engineering applications. Differentiation of ESC is initiated by the formation of embryoid bodies (EB). Current protocols for the generation of EB are either of limited productivity or deliver EB with a large… CONTINUE READING
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