- NIH Stem
Cell Information -U.S.
federal research policy and stem cells. News from National Institute of
- The Stem Cell Debate -Includes resources from TIME magazine, as well as web-only
analysis and commentary.
Technologies Bio-tech products for stem cells research and
Report on Stem Cell Research - Stem cell research recommendations from the
American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Institute for Civil
- BeFutur Biotechnologies - Company
conducts research using autologous human cells in a serum free medium to treat
incurable diseases. The results propose possible new treatments for regeneration
of diseased tissues.
- Bone marrow stem cells. - Bone
marrow stromal cells differentiate into neural cells and hepatocytes. Cell
Medical Stem Cell Enrichment Kit - A device for the clinical preparation of
autologous peripheral blood progenitor cells. Describes the product with
illustrations and charts.
- Developments in Stem
Cells research - Short description of discoveries in stem cell technology.
- Hair Follicle Stem Cells
- Articles on pluripotent stem cells of the bulge region of hair follicle.
- McWhir Lab -
Embryonic stem cell [ESCs] and nuclear reprogramming group
- NIH Stem Cell Information -
U.S. federal research policy and stem cells. News from National Institute of
- The Nurses of Duke U. Med.
Center's Adult Bone Marrow/Stem Cell Transplant Program - Provides
information about adult Stem Cell Transplantation. Information for patients and
- ReNeuron Ltd. - Brain Stem Cell
transplantation biotechnology for clinical neuronal degeneration and brain
damage [stroke, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, and Huntington's
- The Stem Cell Debate
- Includes resources from TIME magazine, as well as web-only analysis and
Cells - A brief explanation of the subject matter. Key terms are explained.
Covers technical and ethical concerns.
Cells Daily News - Stem Cell Research Daily Coverage from Yahoo!
- Stem Cells Journal - The
international journal of cell differentiation and proliferation
Cells patents - Current U.S. patents on embrionic stem cells; focused
identification of Geron's related patents.
- Stemcell Technologies - Bio-tech
products for stem cells research and therapy
- StemSource Inc - Biotech company
focused on research and storage of adult stem cells sourced from fat tissue.
- Tissue Therapeutics, Inc. -
Start-up biotech company conducting research on stem cells from human umbilical
cord blood and other sources.
- TriStem Corporation - Research and
development of retrodifferentiation technology, used to create stem cells from
mature adult cells.
- WiCell Research Institute,
Inc. - Founded by the University of Wisconsin to explore embryonic stem cell
Stem Cells Isolation - Announcement of successful isolation of human
embryonic stem cells [ESCs, pluripotent cells] (November 6, 1998)
Stem Cells and Pictures - Human Embryonic Stem Cells isolation and ESCs
photos. (November 5, 1998)
Stem Cells News - Other prospective on successful isolation of human
embryonic stem cells [ESCs, pluripotent cells] (November 5, 1998)
Stem Cells News - Same human ESCs isolation story coverage from CNN.com
(November 5, 1998)
- Atlas of Developmental Abnormalities in Common Laboratory Mammals - provides students and researchers of birth defects with a set of images. From the International Federation of Teratology Societies.
- Detectives at the Dawn of Life - article on research in birth defects that begin very early in the development of an embryo, by Kit Carlson.
- Developmental Studies Hybridoma Bank - University of Iowa - supplies investigators with monoclonal antibodies useful for studies in developmental & cell biology.
- Embryo Images Online - tutorial uses canning electron micrographs (SEMs) to teach mammalian embryology.
- Independence Of Myogenesis From Chondrogenesis - Retinoic acid severely distorts the development of the regenerative limb skeleton. Meanwhile the muscles develop normally.
- Multi-Dimensional Human Embryo - a three-dimensional image reference of the human embryo based on magnetic resonance imaging, for those interested in studying and teaching human development.
- NOVA: Odyssey of Life - topics include evolution and the development of human, pig, chicken, and fish embryos.
- Scientific American: Visualizing Human Embryos - a technique called magnetic resonance microscopy is revealing the secrets of early human development.
- Virtual Embryo,- an indeterminate, continuously developing course in developmental biology, plus valuable resources for reviewing development and accessing the developmental biology literature.
- Visible Embryo - a comprehensive resource of information on human development from conception to birth, designed for both medical students and interested lay people.
- Web Directory: Developmental Biology - WWW Virtual Library
- Women in Developmental Biology - biographies.
- Zygote - including research updates, medical issues, history of embryology, ethics, movies, interviews, and techniques.
- AAAS: Stem Cell Research & Applications - scientific, ethical, and policy issues from the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
- BMJ: Adult Stem Cells May Be Redefinable - discussion of how adult neural stem cells can de-differentiate and reinvent themselves as haemopoietic precursors.
- Do No Harm: The Coalition of Americans for Research Ethics - national coalition dedicated to the promotion of scientific research and health care which does no harm to human life.
- Embryonic Tissues Centre [EmCell] - provides information about fetal stem cell transplantation used in the treatment of many diseases.
- National Bioethics Advisory Commission - provides advice and make recommendations on bioethical issues arising from research on human biology and behavior, and the applications, including the clinical applications, of that research.
- National Institutes of Health Guidelines for Research Using Human Pluripotent Stem Cells - establishes procedures to help ensure that NIH-funded research in this area is conducted in an ethical and legal manner.
- Stem Cell Research News - independent biweekly newsletter covering aspects of stem cell research including legislation, regulation, research, business, and commercialization.
- Stem Cells and the Human Embryo - a Christian analysis concerned with the destruction of embryos from which stem cells are obtained.
- Stem Cells: A Primer - covers what pluripotent and stem cells are, how they are derived, why they are important to science and for advances in health care, as well as what adult stem cells are. From the National Institutes of Health.
- Bier Lab - University of California at San Diego - studies the early neuroblast cell-fate choice (sog vs. dpp) and wing vein development (spalt, knirps, rhomboid) in Drosophila.
- Calcium-Aequorin Imaging Laboratory - Hong Kong University of Science & Technology (China) - studying the role played by calcium ions in a wide range of fundamental biological processes.
- Cooley Lab - Yale School of Medicine - studying the regulatory pathways that control the cytoskeletal reorganization during Drosophila egg chamber development.
- Emmons Lab - Albert Einstein College of Medicine - studies the male tail of C. elegans, a model system for research in developmental genetics.
- Gottlieb Lab - Washington University in St. Louis - uses mouse embryonic stem cells as an in vitro system to study early lineages (ectoderm, endoderm, and mesoderm).
- Koopman Lab - University of Queensland (Australia) - molecular genetics of mammalian development laboratory. Research areas include: sex-determining genes, skeletogenesis, vascular development, and evolution and diversity of the Sox gene family.
- Nusse Lab - Stanford University
- Schneitz Lab - University of Zich (Switzerland) - studying organogenesis in plants, specifically, a genetic and molecular analysis of ovule development in Arabidopsis thaliana.
- Sokol Lab - Harvard University - studies inductive interactions during vertebrate body plan determination.
- Strome Lab - Indiana University at Bloomington - using C. elegans to identify some of the maternal components required for the specification and development of a specific cell type, the germ line.
- van der Hoorn Lab - University of Calgary - studies cell proliferation, differentiation, and protein-protein interactions using spermatogenesis as a model system.
- Wylie-Heasman Lab - University of Minnesota, Twin Cities - research and educational opportunities in early vertebrate developmental biology.
- Department of Embryology - Carnegie Institution of Washington
- Hagedorn Research Institute - Gentofte, Denmark - independent basic research component of Novo Nordisk A/S.
- University Medical School of Debrecen - Anatomy, Histiology, and Embryology
- University of Chicago - Committee on Developmental Biology
- University of Virginia - Developmental Biology Graduate Program
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