BMPR1A receptor role during mouse Embryonic Stem Cells (mESCs) in vitro differentiation

One of the main goals in stem cells biology is the identification of factors regulating self-renewal and differentiation. In this work, the role of BMPR1A receptor in mouse Embryonic Stem Cells (mESCs) was investigated in in vitro differentiation.

This scientific poster -

  • Evaluates the contribution of BMPR1A during the neuralization of mESCs
  • Analyzes the in vitro Neuroepithelial cells (Neural Stem Cells, NSCs) conversion into stable radial glia-like NSC

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