Facilitated By

San Antonio Medical Foundation

In vivo engraftment potential of hPSC-derived muscle progenitors maintained in long-term cultures

Texas Biomedical Research Institute


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Principal Investigator(s)
Borchin, Bianca E
Funded by
Texas Biomedical Forum
Research Start Date

Our findings will help clarify the signaling pathways associated with the developmental changes and activation of aging processes occurring during muscle over an extended time in vitro. Given this, we will be able to determine the optimal time window when these precursors have the highest potential to efficiently engraft a host muscle. Txbiomed Project: 4673

Collaborative Project
Disease Modeling
Basic Research
Regenerative Medicine