At the UCLA Stem Cell Engineering Center, we offer stem cell generation and editing services for research and industrial purposes. Our services aim to provide researchers with the tools they need to study the complexities of the human body and develop innovative therapies.
Our stem cell generation services involve the creation of induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) from various cell types, including skin cells and blood cells. These iPSCs can be used to generate different types of cells for research, including neurons, heart cells, and liver cells.
We offer stem cell editing services using advanced CRISPR-Cas technologies. This allows researchers to edit specific genes in stem cells, creating disease models for studying genetic disorders and developing gene therapies.
Our team of experts is dedicated to providing high-quality and reliable services to our clients. We use the latest techniques and technologies to ensure that our stem cells are of the highest quality and
purity, and that our editing services are precise and efficient.
Thank you for considering our services for your research needs.
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"This work was supported by the “UCLA Dr. Allen and Charlotte Ginsburg Center for Precision Genomic Medicine”
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