Chicken Embryonic stem cells as a non mammalian stem cell model
|演題||Chicken Embryonic stem cells as a non mammalian stem cell model|
|講演者||Bertrand Pain,Ph.D.(U846 Inserm -Lyon Stem Cell and Brain Research Institute,France)|
Embryonic stem cells (ESC) are a unique model of basic and applied research. The chicken embryonic stem cells (cESC) represent an original model system as a non mammalian one and show a unique interest in Developmental Biology and Biotechnology. Understanding the molecular mechanisms that control pluripotency and germline competency is therefore a priority objective. Having developed the in vitro culture system of cESC over the last past years, we are presently engaged in the project of establishing a control network of pluripotency of these cells and of identifying the molecular mechanisms that govern their germline competency. Both aims led to the identification of molecular actors that are presently functionally tested in vitro and in vivo.
高橋 淑子 (firstname.lastname@example.org)