Reprogramming of Pluripotent Stem Cells
Human induced pluripotent stem (hiPS) cells are generated by reprogramming somatic cells to a pluripotent state, through the transient overexpression of key reprogramming factors.
Explore the resources below for information on the reprogramming of hPSCs.
This technical video demonstrates how to reprogram fibroblasts in ReproTeSR™ medium using ReproRNA™-OKSGM. ReproRNA™-OKSGM is a non-integrating, self-replicating RNA reprogramming vector for generating human induced pluripotent (iPS) cells.View Now >
hPSC Survey Report
Learn about the latest insights and trends in hPSC research, such as irreproducibility and quality control, and how to address them in your research.
Protocol: Reprogramming Urine-Derived Cells
Using urine-derived epithelial cells to generate iPSCs? Follow this step-by-step protocol for reprogramming using TeSR™ media and an episomal vector system.
Quality Control for Pluripotent Stem Cells
Get to know the key quality attributes of hPSC cultures, including techniques for maintaining and assessing genomic integrity, pluripotency, and morphology.
Introduction to Pluripotent Stem Cells
Get an overview on in vitro hPSC culture and derivation for research use, as well as insights into the role of hPSCs for clinical applications such as drug development and cell therapy.
Panel: Challenges in Ensuring hPSC Quality
Hear global experts discuss key issues impacting the use of human pluripotent stem cells in this series of webinars provided in partnership with Nature Research.