iPSC Differentiation

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February 6, 2024

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  • Differentiation is the process where an unspecialized cell acquires cellular traits that allow it to perform specialized functions. Indeed, the actual potential of iPSCs rest in their direct differentiation to various types of somatic cells. In order to use iPSCs to treat disease or as research tools to study diseases, fully functioning specialized cells are required for testing potential drugs or transplanting healthy cells in clinical stages. Creative Bioarray has developed protocols for iPSC differentiation to various lineage-committed cell types thereby expanding the scope of your research, drug discovery, or screening projects

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