Embryonic stem (ES) cell lines are important for use in developmental biology studies, and because these cells are totipotent, they may provide a much-needed source of differentiated cells for certain therapeutic applications. The phenotype of the ES cell in culture is often assessed by (semi)quantitative RNA analyses. In such cases, it is critical to use appropriate internal standards to correct for experimentally induced sources of error. This is particularly true for ES cell differentiatio...Expand abstract
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Internal standards in differentiating embryonic stem cells in vitro.
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