iPS cells derived from circulatory endothelial progenitors

Ref No: Mor-2564-11

Scientists at the University of Cambridge have designed a new method of generating iPS cells using blood-derived endothelial progenitors as a substrate. This method proves to be far more efficient than traditional methods of iPS cell differentiation, allowing rapid expansion in culture and large scale production.

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