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TITLE Functional Genomic Analysis of Chemically Defined Human Embryonic Stem Cells ABSTRACT Regenerative medicine holds the promise that tissues can be engineered in vitro and then transplanted into patients to treat debilitating diseases. Human Embryonic Stem Cells differentiate into a wide array of adult tissue types and are thought to be the best hope for future regenerative therapies. This grant has three main goals: 1. The creation of new human embryonic stem cells in animal free conditions which will allow for future therapeutic uses. 2. The creation of human embryonic stem cell that contain mutations in their genomes that cause diseases, including cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy, Downs Syndrome and many others. These lines can be used to study these diseases and to test potential therapies 3. A close biological assessment of one of the first tissues to arise during differentiation of human embryonic stem cells ?
PI Julie Baker INSTITUTE Stanford University STATE California AMOUNT $2,628,640.00 AWARD DATE 2007 March GRANT TYPE Comprehensive