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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 Basics of Cell Culture

These manuals are used in the Stem Cell Culture Course at City College of San Francisco. This course is about general mammalian cell culture techniques but includes a laboratory exercise using stem cells (takes 3 weeks to complete). The course is taught to high school students but the materials are also used for college students. Laboratory exercises provide instruction in basic techniques of...

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 BioInteractive Classroom Activities

This collection of classroom activities from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute is a useful stop for biology educators teaching topics such as stem cells, viruses, evolution, biodiversity, heredity, and molecular biology. Each activity accompanies a particular HHMI lecture series, all of which can be found here. There are many components to each of the eleven activities, including teacher...

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.

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