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  1. Embryonic stem cell line


  1. Resource Description
    Cell Line: HUES 17 NIH Registration Number: 0030 NIH Approval Number: NIHhESC-09-0030 Karyotype: Normal, 46XY Pluripotency Tested: In vitro, in vivo
  2. Access Restriction(s)
    NIH Restrictions: NIH-funded research with this line is limited to research consistent with the following language from the informed consent document: “These cells will be used to study the embryonic development of endoderm with a focus on pancreatic formation. The long-term goal is to create human pancreatic islets that contain ß cells, the cells that produce insulin, for transplantation into diabetics.”
  3. Access Restriction(s)
    Provider Restrictions: HUES line recipients must provide documentation of ESCRO (or equivalent ethical) review for the research planned with the requested lines to Harvard University.
  4. Related Publication or Documentation
    Derivation of embryonic stem-cell lines from human blastocysts
  5. Related Publication or Documentation
    Gene-specific vulnerability to imprinting variability in human embryonic stem cell lines
  6. Related Publication or Documentation
    Adaptation to culture of human embryonic stem cells and oncogenesis in vivo
  7. Related Publication or Documentation
    Characterization of human embryonic stem cell lines by the International Stem Cell Initiative
  8. Related Publication or Documentation
    Marked differences in differentiation propensity among human embryonic stem cell lines
  9. Related Publication or Documentation
    BMP4 induction of sensory neurons from human embryonic stem cells and reinnervation of sensory epithelium
  10. Related Publication or Documentation
    Status of genomic imprinting in human embryonic stem cells as revealed by a large cohort of independently derived and maintained lines
  11. Related Publication or Documentation
    Combinatorial signals of activin/nodal and bone morphogenic protein regulate the early lineage segregation of human embryonic stem cells
  12. Related Publication or Documentation
    Enhanced efficiency of generating induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells from human somatic cells by a combination of six transcription factors
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  16. Location
    HSCI iPS Cell Core Facility
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