Prospective identification of cardiac progenitors by a novel single cell-based cardiomyocyte induction.

@article{Yamashita2005ProspectiveIO,
  title={Prospective identification of cardiac progenitors by a novel single cell-based cardiomyocyte induction.},
  author={Jun Yamashita and Makoto Takano and Mina Hiraoka-Kanie and Chikashi Shimazu and Yan Peishi and Kentoku Yanagi and Akiko Nakano and Emi Inoue and Fumiyo Kita and Shin-ichi Nishikawa},
  journal={FASEB journal : official publication of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology},
  year={2005},
  volume={19 11},
  pages={1534-6}
}
Dissection of cardiomyocyte differentiation process at the cellular level is indispensable in the research for cardiac development and regeneration. Previously, we have established an embryonic stem cell differentiation system that reproduces early vascular development from progenitor cells that express Flk1, a vascular endothelial growth factor receptor, by the combinatory application of 2-dimensional culture and flowcytometry. Here we show that cardiomyocytes can be successfully induced from… CONTINUE READING

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