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To ensure researchers have success working with our human induced pluripotent stem cell lines in their lab, our Angel Nelson highlights nuanced techniques and helpful tips while demonstrating our cardiac differentiation protocol for the WTC parental line and our gene-edited cells.
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Allen Cell Methods: Setting up the WTC parental line for cardiac differentiation
If the experiment is successful, you can expect to see beating cardiomyocytes at day 7.
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The Allen Institute for Cell Science, a division of the Allen Institute, an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit medical research organization, is dedicated to understanding and modeling cells: the fundamental units of life. By integrating technologies, approaches, models and data into a common standardized framework, the Allen Institute for Cell Science is creating dynamic, visual models of how genetic information is transformed into cellular behavior, and how the molecules and organelles within each cell interact and function as systems. These predictive models will enable the cell science community to better understand the role of cells in both health and disease. The Allen Institute for Cell Science was launched in 2014 with a contribution from founder and philanthropist, the late Paul G. Allen. The data, tools and models from the Allen Institute for Cell Science are publicly available online at allencell.org.