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H9 hESC directed differentiation following Novocell protocol - Study GBCO3365


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Study Name H9 hESC directed differentiation following Novocell protocol
Contact Name Mark Magnuson (Vanderbilt University)
Publication Not provided
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Classification Cell differentiation; Targets and roles of transcriptional regulators; Differentiation of insulin-producing cells
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BCBC Release Date February 09, 2009
Public Release Date July 29, 2011
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Synopsis
Human embryonic stem cells (WiCell H9 passage 52) were differentiated following the Novocell protocol (D'Amour et al. Nature Biotechnology, 2005). The two biological replicates (Trial 15 and Trial 16) were analyzed by Real-Time PCR utilizing TaqMan Low Density Array Cards that have been customized for a set of 46 genes specific for endoderm and pancreatic gene expression.
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Platform types Expression RT-PCR, Expression
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Study Design Type
  • compound_treatment_design
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Approved on Feb 09, 2009
Last modified on Aug 02, 2011
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