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Maintenance of Human embryonic stem (ES) cells under the completely chemically defined condition

Characterization of teratomas from H9 cells cultured on an hE-cad-Fc-coated surface.

Hematoxylin and eosin staining of paraffin sections through teratomas identified the differentiation huES cells into various tissues:

  • a - immature neuroblastic tissue with neuronal rosettes
  • b - neuroepithelium with pigment
  • c - immature sebaceous tissue
  • d - cartilage
  • e - columnar epithelium
  • f - gut-like epithelial structures
  • g - contains neural tissue (1), cartilage (2), bone parenchyma (3), and epithelial tissue (4).

Bar indicates 100 μm.


Original file name: Figure 2. 1471-213X-10-60-2-l.jpg http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-213X/10/60/figure/F2 (Image cropped and resized from panel H of full figure)

Reference

<pubmed>20525219</pubmed>| BMC Dev Biol.


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