Chemical Transdifferentiation

Chemical Transdifferentiation

Chapter 4: Chemical Transdifferentiation Regenerative medicine, which can replace lost or damaged cells in a variety of tissues and organs, requires sufficient amounts of the desired competent cells for transplantation. Such cells can be obtained by the reprogramming...
Improving Reprogramming Efficiency

Improving Reprogramming Efficiency

Chapter 2: Improving Reprogramming Efficiency Induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) hold several advantages over embryonic stem cells (ESCs), including avoiding the ethical issues involved with ESCs, the availability of an “endless” cells source and the ability to...