The Stem Cell Research Center is a resource for researchers at Sanford-Burnham and elsewhere who don't necessarily regard themselves as stem cell biologists but are increasingly turning to stem cell techniques to address questions in their own fields of study.
Center staff derive and characterize stem cells that model normal biology and disease states; derive induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) from adult stem cells (typically fibroblasts, or skin cells); offer researchers instruction on techniques for developing iPSCs; act as consultants in designing and interpreting experiments; and develop sophisticated imaging technology, including automated 2D and 3D video time-lapse microscopy to image and track the migration, differentiation and cross-talk between human pluripotent cells and their progeny in culture.
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High Throughput Screen of a library of 875 human miRNAs for their ability to target custom designed plasmid sensors
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