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Shoen Kume Department of Stem Cell Biology, Kumamoto University, Japan
2 protocols

Soichiro Ogaki
  • Department of Stem Cell Biology, Kumamoto University, Japan
Contributions
  • 2 Author merit

Education

M.Sc., Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Kumamoto University

Current position

Doctor Student, Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Kumamoto University

Publications

  1. Ogaki, S., Shiraki, N., Kume, K. and Kume, S. (2013). Wnt and Notch signals guide embryonic stem cell differentiation into the intestinal lineages. Stem Cells 31(6): 1086-1096.
  2. Ogaki, S., Harada, S., Shiraki, N., Kume, K. and Kume, S. (2011). An expression profile analysis of ES cell-derived definitive endodermal cells and Pdx1-expressing cells. BMC Dev Biol 11: 13.
  3. Shiraki, N., Harada, S., Ogaki, S., Kume, K. and Kume, S. (2010). Identification of DAF1/CD55, a novel definitive endoderm marker. Cell Struct Funct 35(2): 73-80.
2 Protocols published
Intestinal Differentiation of Mouse ESCs
Authors:  Soichiro Ogaki and Shoen Kume, date: 12/20/2013, view: 3048, Q&A: 0
ES cells (ESCs) are pluripotent and offer a good tool to study early embryonic development. Intestinal cells are derived from the definitive endoderm. In contrast to adult tissue stem cells, embryonic development and differentiation from ES cells ...
Intestinal Differentiation of Human ESCs
Authors:  Soichiro Ogaki and Shoen Kume, date: 12/20/2013, view: 3047, Q&A: 0
ES cells (ESCs) are pluripotent and offer a good tool to study early embryonic development. Intestinal cells are derived from the definitive endoderm. In contrast to adult tissue stem cells, embryonic development and differentiation from ES cells ...