Induced reprogramming of human somatic cells into pluripotency: a new way how to generate pluripotent stem cells

Differentiation; Research in Biological Diversity
Gabriela Durcova-Hills

Abstract

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References

Jul 1, 2006·Nature·Konrad Hochedlinger, Rudolf Jaenisch
Jul 31, 2007·Differentiation; Research in Biological Diversity·Kit RodolfaStephen Sullivan
Aug 29, 2007·Nature Biotechnology·Alexander MeissnerRudolf Jaenisch
Nov 22, 2007·Science·Junying YuJames A Thomson
Feb 22, 2008·Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America·W E LowryKathrin Plath
Mar 29, 2008·Cell Stem Cell·Matthias StadtfeldKonrad Hochedlinger

Citations

Jul 13, 2014·Differentiation; Research in Biological Diversity·Jaber FirasJose M Polo
Mar 7, 2014·International Journal of Molecular Sciences·Shih-Fan JangMing-Teh Chen
Oct 10, 2013·EMBO Molecular Medicine·Kerstin B KaufmannManuel Grez
Oct 18, 2012·Stem Cells·Michael D Griswold, Jon M Oatley
Mar 13, 2015·PloS One·María José Pino-BarrioAlberto Martínez-Serrano
Sep 5, 2008·PloS One·Ben D MacArthurRichard O C Oreffo
Apr 28, 2012·Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications·Seong Loong LoShu Wang
Jul 1, 2011·Saudi Journal of Ophthalmology : Official Journal of the Saudi Ophthalmological Society·Hall F Chew
Oct 16, 2014·Stem Cell Reports·Juli J UnternaehrerGeorge Q Daley
Apr 2, 2013·Progress in Retinal and Eye Research·John V ForresterMatthew E Wikstrom
Nov 3, 2012·Stem Cell Research·Barbara S MallonRonald D G McKay
Apr 16, 2019·The EPMA Journal·Mahmood S MozaffariBabak Baban

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