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The project:

Stem Cell Assays is a collaborative online project aimed to bring together professionals working in the field of stem cell research and cell therapy to discuss methodological issues that are holding back progress in the field.

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Dr. William Gunn, PhD
Dr. Alexey Bersenev, MD, PhD

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I do hematopoietic stem cell homing assay myself and know all of hurdles. This protocol is really helpful. 

Homing is the phenomenon whereby transplanted hematopoietic cells are able to travel to and engraft or establish residence in the bone marrow.

This paper outlines the classic homing protocol used in hematopoietic stem cell studies. In general this involves isolating the cell population whose homing needs to be investigated, staining this population with a dye of interest and injecting these cells into the blood stream of a recipient animal.

The Royal Society has uploaded audio files of the talks from conference – What next for stem cell biology? This conference was held in London on October 2010 and attracted a lot of excellent speakers – leading scientists in the field.

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Kenneth Lee March 31, 2014 at 10:37 am

This is an excellent website for keeping stem cell biologists updated.
Thank you for effort and hardwork Drs. William Gunn and Alexey Bersenev.
Keep it up!Kenneth lee

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Fouad Ghaly , MD September 19, 2015 at 2:51 am

I’m highly interested in the emerging new medical discipline of Regenerative Medicine . My Thanks for your hard work in making it available to keep up with the rapidly developing Science .
With my appreciation ,
Fouad Ghaly

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