REVIEW pre Culture conditions for hESC

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Unformatted text preview: human embryonic stem cells. Journal of Cell Science 118 4495–4509. Wang G, Zhang H, Zhao Y, Li J, Cai J, Wang P, Meng S, Feng J, Miao C, Ding M et al. 2005a Noggin and bFGF cooperate to maintain the pluripotency of human embryonic stem cells in the absence of feeder layers. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 330 934–942. Reproduction (2006) 132 691–698 698 H Skottman and O Hovatta Wang L, Li L, Menendez P, Cerdan C & Bhatia M 2005b Human embryonic stem cells maintained in the absence of mouse embryonic fibroblasts or conditioned media are capable of hematopoietic development. Blood 105 4598–4603. Wang Q, Fang ZF, Jin F, Lu Y, Gai H & Sheng HZ 2005c Derivation and growing human embryonic stem cells on feeders derived from themselves. Stem Cells 23 1221–1227. Xiao L, Yuan X & Sharkis SJ 2006 Activin A maintains self-renewal and regulates FGF, Wnt and BMP pathways in human embryonic stem cells. Stem Cells 4 1476–1486. Xu C, Inokuma MS, Denham J, Golds K, Kundu P, Gold JD & Carpenter MK 2001 Feeder-free growth of undifferentiated human embryonic stem cells. Nature Biotechnology 19 971–974. Reproduction (2006) 132 691–698 Xu C, Jiang J, Sottile V, McWhir J, Lebkowski J & Carpenter MK 2004 Immortalized fibroblast-like cells derived from human embryonic stem cells support undifferentiated cell growth. Stem Cells 22 972–980. Xu RH, Peck RM, Li DS, Feng X, Ludwig T & Thomson JA 2005 Basic FGF and suppression of BMP signaling sustain undifferentiated proliferation of human ES cells. Nature Methods 2 185–190. Received 8 April 2006 First decision 9 August 2006 Revised manuscript received 5 September 2006 Accepted 6 September 2006
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