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Green Fluorescent human embryonic stem cell on red fluorescent human foreskin feeder layer
Human embryonic stem cells differentiated to neural cells
Human embryonic stem cells forming rosettes, a sign of neural differentiation
Human embryonic stem cells stained with Oct4 (red) and SSEA4 (green) - these are two stem cell markers.
Human embryonic stem cells stained with SSEA3(red) and sox2 (green) - these are two stem cell markers.
Human embryonic stem cells stained with Tra-1-60 (green) - a stem cell marker and nestin (red), a neural cell marker.
Human neural stem cells derived from hESCs, engineered to over-express Olig2
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