.. The team has side – by-side comparisons mESCs on a traditional medium with growth factor and mESCs on a soft gel with the same stiffness as the cells, both grown with and growth factor growth factor They found that the cells. Grown on the soft gel had homogeneity and pluripotency, even without growth factor, and more than three months and 20 passages later, it’s two sides. Induce mechanical force differentiation, and here we have said, said reduce the forces between the substrate and the cells, they stay pluripotent are complementary processes, Wang said. Our work shows that mechanical environment plays at least as important a role as chemical growth factors, if not greater.
We can culturing mouse iPSCs attempt on the same soft substrate and see if the same benefit applies to achieve homogenous stem cell cultures, Tanaka said, If the case of the. , the impact would, the impact would be significant. .Similar Sites:Purdue Climate Change Research Centre:Diffenbaugh Research Group:Summary at of research in this press release can be found here.