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Canine Somatic Cell Reprogramming and Its Facilitation through Inhibition of Endogenous p53

Posted by , on 15 November 2021

Numerous efforts have been made to establish bona fide iPSCs from companion animals such dogs and cats. Generation of iPSCs from companion animals would provide useful unrestricted cell resources with a vast ...

Turning back the clock of neural progenitor cells: a simple recipe to generate de novo retinal ganglion cells

Posted by , on 12 August 2019

Press release for a new Development paper on reprogramming in the retina. Scientists at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in collaboration with the Max Planck Institute of Molecular ...

Looking back on the adventure: exploring cell fate conversion with single cell RNA-seq

Posted by , on 21 November 2017

The story behind our recent paper: Liu Z*, Wang L*, Welch JD*, Ma H, Zhou Y, Vaseghi HR, Yu S, Wall JB, Alimohamadi S, Zheng M, Yin CY, Shen WN, ...

Silencing transposons during epigenetic reprogramming

Posted by , on 8 November 2017

Molecules called endosiRNAs help us avoid genetic chaos, according to a new study from a team at the Babraham Institute. Much of the human genome contains pieces of DNA called ...

Laboratory Research Scientist

Posted by , on 20 September 2017

OVERVIEW   We are seeking a highly motivated and collaborative Laboratory Research Scientist in the area of human embryology and stem cell biology to join Dr. Kathy Niakan’s laboratory. The ...

An interview with John Gurdon

Posted by , on 4 May 2017

On a bright, cold morning at the beginning of March, I went back to the institute I once worked in to interview the man after whom the place was named. ...

Revisiting the classics: coupling embryology with genomics to alter cell fate

Posted by , on 13 July 2016

Comment on “Reprogramming of avian neural crest axial identity and cell fate“, Science 352, 1570-1573, (2016). Marcos Simoes-Costa, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Cornell University Marianne Bronner, Division of ...

The SDB-BSDB Interview Chain: Wendy Gu interviews Valeria Yartseva

Posted by , on 11 August 2015

Wendy Gu was the winner of this year’s British Society for Developmental Biology (BSDB) meeting poster competition. Her prize was to attend the annual meeting of the Society for Developmental ...

Mouse Molecular Genetics 2013

Posted by , on 24 June 2013

Mouse Molecular Genetics 18-21 September 2013 Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge, UK Abstract and Bursary deadline: 19 July | Registration deadline: 7 August We are pleased to announce that ...

Regenerative Medicine: From Biology to Therapy: 30 October-1 November 2013

Posted by , on 6 March 2013

Regenerative Medicine: From Biology to Therapy 30 October-1 November 2013 Few topics in contemporary medicine have attracted more attention than stem cells and their potential for enabling the discovery of ...

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