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Team Develops Transcription Factor Library for Cell Engineering

News   Dec 01, 2020 | Original story from University of Bonn

 
Team Develops Transcription Factor Library for Cell Engineering

Parallel conversion of induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS) into vascular, nerve and connective tissue cells: Three transgenic iPS lines, in each of which a different transcription factor can be activated, were mixed and induced to form a defined synthetic tissue within four days. Vascular cells are stained yellow, nerve cells magenta and connective tissue cells blue. Credit:© Jesus Eduardo Rojo Arias und Volker Busskamp

 
 
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