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The Embryonic Development, Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Database

LifeMap Discovery® is a compendium of embryonic development for stem cell research and regenerative medicine, constructed by integrating extensive molecular, cellular, anatomical and medical data curated from scientific literature and high-throughput data sources.

Explore embryonic development to improve your stem cell research
Determine cell identity by key genes and signaling molecules
Discover therapeutic applications for stem cells
LifeMap Discovery® News All News...
Mar 01, 2014

LifeMap Discovery® Version 1.6 with Tissue Specific, Fully Annotated Summaries of Gene Expression

The new release includes: Comprehensive list of genes expressed in a variety of organs / tissues and their related anatomical compartments,
in vivo and in vitro cells ; Improved GeneAnalytics matching score ; New gene expression data for tooth and blood,
RNA sequencing data from the Human Protein Atlas, and new microarray experiments for several organs and anatomical compartments ;
Updated development paths for cornea and lens development and early endoderm development ;
New differentiation protocols for renal cells and keratinocytes ; New in vitro cells including dental pulp stem cells and pluripotent naïve cells ;
Disease iPSC modeling for Huntington’s disease, pigmentosa and Fanconi’s anemia ; New and updated cell therapy applications.

Jul 18, 2013

Publication of Research Report Describing LifeMap Discovery™

The LifeMap Discovery product has been documented in a published paper authored by LifeMap Sciences’ research and development team.
The publication titled “LifeMap Discovery™: The embryonic development, stem cells, and regenerative medicine research portal”
is available via the open access peer-reviewed journal PLOS ONE and can be viewed via the link
The publication describes the scientific and technological foundations of LifeMap Discovery, the first road map of cellular embryonic development.
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