Stem cells

Stem cells ​can either differentiate or self-renew. Pluripotent stem cells of the early age embryo can form any of the three germ layers—ectoderm, mesoderm or endoderm—whereas multipotent adult stem cells are restricted in the cell lineages they can become. Discover protocols, posters and pathway cards to support you with your stem cell research.


Pluripotent stem cells: a primer

Stem cells have many different clinical applications. Learn about the different types of stem cells and the markers used for their immunophenotyping.

Molecular mechanisms of stem cell ​biology

Our poster includes signaling mechanisms and a glossary for stem cell identity and fate.

MiRNA in stem cell reprogramming

Find out more about the important role that miRNAs play in the regulation of stem cell differentiation and reprogramming.

Guide to germline stem cell markers

What spermatogenesis markers should you use? This guide outlines the markers that are detectable at every stage.

Flow cytometry resources

Our flow cytometry resources include protocols, webinars, a fluorochrome chart and a multi-color selection tool.

Free webinar: Intestinal organoids as a model system for genetic manipulation

Dr Bon-Kyoung Koo from the University of Cambridge presents this webinar.

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