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    Maturation and Function of Cryo-Preserved Bioreactor Generated Pancreatic Progenitor Clusters

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    Great strides have been made in improving protocols for culturing progenitor cells such as pluripotent stem cells

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    The disclosure provides methods of preparing aggregated pluripotent stem cell clusters for differentiation to endoderm progenitor cells, pancreatic endocrine cells, mesoderm cells or ectoderm cells

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    The present edition is therefore the second, and is the progenitor of the sixteenth-century Venetian editions

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    This application is directed to preparing embryonic stem cells and other pluripotent cells that maintain pluripotency in aggregated cell cluster for differentiation to endoderm progenitor cells, pancreatic endocrine cells, mesoderm cells or ectoderm cells

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    Used interchangeably herein are “NeuroD” and “NeuroD1” which identify a protein expressed in pancreatic endocrine progenitor cells and the gene encoding it

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    As shown in Figure 27, stage 4 day 3 the cells retained high levels of PDX1 and FOXA2 expression and further developed an expression pattern consistent with a mix of pancreatic endocrine cells (28.1% ± 12.5SD chromogranin positive) and pancreatic progenitor cells (58.3% ± 9.7SD positive for NKX6.1)

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    The cells showed an expression pattern consistent with pancreatic progenitor cells (39.2% positive for NKX6.1 by FACS) and a population of pancreatic endocrine cells (9.4% positive for PAX6, 12.4% positive for Chromogranin, 15.2% positive for NKX2.2

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    At the end of the differentiation process on stage 4 day 3, the cells retained high levels of PDX1 and FOXA2 expression and further developed an expression pattern consistent with a mix of pancreatic endocrine cells (28.1% ± 12.5SD chromogranin positive) and pancreatic progenitor cells (58.3% ± 9.7SD positive for NKX6.1) as shown in Figure 27

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    At the end of the differentiation process on day 4 of stage 4, the cells were 88.5% positive for PDX1 expression (Figure 4b) and showed an expression pattern consistent with a mix of pancreatic endocrine cells (33.5% chromogranin positive) and pancreatic progenitor cells (65.7% positive for NKX6.1)

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    WB0106 was frozen at passage 28 and was selected for these studies on the basis of a normal karyotype (FISH and G-band), ability to differentiate to pancreatic progenitor cells, and competency to form clusters and expand in suspension culture

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    The vision had three guiding principles: sustainability, competitiveness, and equality, arguably rendering it a progenitor of the UN SDGs

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    The present invention is in the field of cell differentiation including preparing embryonic stem cells and other pluripotent cells that maintain pluripotency in aggregated cell cluster for differentiation to endoderm progenitor cells, pancreatic endocrine cells, mesoderm cells or ectoderm cells

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    Generating Pancreatic Progenitor Clusters From Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells In A Scalable Bioreactor Process

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    By the end of the differentiation process on day 3 or 4 of stage 4, the cells showed an expression pattern consistent with a mix of pancreatic endocrine cells (47-54% Chromogranin positive) and pancreatic progenitor cells (33-52% positive for NKX6.1) as shown in Tables 11 and 12

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