TITLE

ANALYSIS OF FACTORS CONTROLLING PRIMARY GERM LAYER FORMATION AND EARLY HEMATOPOIESIS USING EMBRYONIC STEM CELL IN VITRO DIFFERENTIATION

AUTHOR(S)
WILES, Michael V.; JOHANSSON, Britt M.
PUB. DATE
April 1997
SOURCE
Leukemia (08876924);Apr97 Supplement 3, Vol. 11, p454
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Differentiation and subsequent development are intricately interwoven processes operating as an integrated whole to form the organism. As an approach to examine these interactions in early mammalian development, we used embryonic stem (ES) cell in vitro differentiation. KS cells can. depending upon the environment differentiated to neuroectoderm, mesoderm and hematopoietic cells. We developed a serum-free, chemically defined medium (CDM) in which ES tells survive and differentiate. In CDM, in the absence of exogenous factors, ES cells form neuroectoderm, upregulating the early neural marker Pax-6. This is consistent with the view that neuroectoderm development call represent a default state, where the absence or sequestration of mesoderm inducing factors permits neuroectoderm formation. In contrast, if CDM is supplemented with bone morphogenetic protein (BMP) 2 or 4 a process resembling primitive streak formation, learn at the molecular level occurs, with the formation of mesoderm and subsequently endothelial and hematopoietic cells. If used with care, ES cell in vitro differentiation can act as a guide in understanding the environment which controls early differentiation events in mammals.
ACCESSION #
34696222

 

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