The iPSC Core Facility seeks to enhance the research efforts of Washington University by facilitating the use of induced pluripotent stem cell technology and enable investigators to leverage Washington University's diverse patient population to study and potentially treat human disease in a novel way.
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The iPSC Core Facility at Washington University in St. Louis.
The iPSC Core Facility at Washington University in St. Louis is part of the Tissue Culture Support Center within the Department of Genetics and supports investigators in all aspects of the generation, maintenance, and differentiation of induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs).
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The iPSC Core facility offers training in a variety of techniques related to iPSC maintenance and differentiation.
The iPSC Core Facility has multiple reprogramming strategies for the generation of iPSCs.
The Tissue Culture Support Center offers access to unique technologies such as Seahorse BioScience's XF24-3 and XF96 extracellular flux analyzers to enhance the in vitro research efforts of Washington University. Click here to learn more