Dr. Olivier Pourquié is the Frank Burr Mallory Professor of Pathology and Professor in the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School. His work focuses on the segmentation clock and the development of muscles and vertebrae. He talks about studying somitogenesis in vitro and his work on brown fat development.
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The Stem Cell Science Round Up
A GENtoniK Cocktail – A small molecule cocktail accelerates the maturation of hPSC-derived neurons.
Pancreatic Cancer Organoids – Researchers identified a compound that can inhibit the growth and induce cell death of pancreatic organoids carrying a KRAS mutation.
Multilineage Mammary Organoids – Multilineage ESC-derived mammary organoids contain mammary-specific epithelial cells, fibroblasts, and adipocytes, and can produce milk.
Chimeric Super-SOX – The Yamanaka cocktail upgraded with Sox2-17 enhanced iPSC generation in five species.
Photo Reference: Courtesy of Dr. Olivier Pourquié