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View Resource Embryonic Stem Cell Course (Stanford)

These instructional materials were developed with support from the National Science Foundation and have been used in embryonic stem cell courses at Stanford and at San Francisco State University. Materials include Laboratory Protocols for both mouse and human embryonic stem cells, Lectures, Activities and Assessments. A Bioethics activity includes extensive readings. Two syllabi are provided...

View Resource How Embryonic Stem Cell Lines are Made

Use of embryonic stem cells in research has been hotly debated for several years. This animation presents the basics on how stem cell lines are established. This animation from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory's Dolan DNA Learning Center presents how embryonic stem cell lines are made through a series of illustrations of the processes involved.

View Resource Freezing and Thawing Human Embryonic Stem Cells

Lia Kent, of Stemgent's Research and Development team, has created this video to demonstrate "the proper technique for rapidly thawing hES cells from liquid nitrogen stocks, plating them on mouse embryonic feeder cells, and slowly freezing them for long-term storage." The video is also accompanied by protocols for thawing and freezing hES cells, discussion, materials, references, a forum for...

View Resource Generating iPS Cells from MEFS through Forced Expression of Sox-2, Oct-4, c-Myc, and Klf4

This video, from G. Grant Welstead, Tobias Brambrink, and Rudolf Jaenisch of MIT's Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology explores how to generate iPS cells from Mouse Embryo Fibroblasts. The video is also accompanied by protocols for thawing and freezing hES cells, discussion, materials, references, a forum for comments, and a PDF of the full text.

View Resource Carnegie Institution for Science

Andrew Carnegie was known for his philanthropy, and in 1895 he contributed his vast wealth to creating 22 various organizations that still bear his name. In 1901 he created what became known as the Carnegie Institution for Science with an initial gift of $10 million. Over the past century, the Institution has continued to support a wide range of scientific endeavors, and researchers such as Edwin...

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