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 >
On-Demand Online Human Pluripotent Stem Cell (hPSC) Maintenance Course
Learn the key concepts of hPSC biology, hPSC characterization, and maintenance at your own pace with this digital course. You’ll gain access to lectures, step-by-step protocol videos, and a library of curated resources.
Live Virtual Training: hPSC Maintenance and Cell Quality
Interact with trainers during livestreamed lectures and laboratory demonstrations in this 9-hour, three-day course to learn essential techniques for culturing hPSCs in a feeder-independent system. You’ll also learn how to assess hPSC lines to build a well-characterized working cell bank.
Live Virtual Training: hPSC Reprogramming
Join hPSC culture instructors for livestreamed, interactive lectures and laboratory demonstrations in this 7-hour, two-day course. You’ll learn to generate iPS cells from human fibroblasts using a non-integrating, self-replicating RNA reprogramming vector as well as fundamental strategies to expand and characterize newly derived iPS cells to bank for experiments.
Hands-On Training in hPSC Reprogramming, Maintenance, and Differentiation
Attend in-person training with foundational lectures and guided hands-on practice sessions in labs across North America and Europe. Small class sizes and rotating topics ensure that our trainers can focus on your needs.
Note on COVID-19: We are continually assessing the situation and will resume hands-on training as soon as it is safe to do so.