Our paper got published in “Human Cell”! Rodi (currently an assistant professor at Ritsumeikan University) took a lead to accomplish this project. Congrats, Rodi!Title: An efficient simplified method for the generation of corneal epithelial cells from human pluripotent stem cells Rodi Abdalkader* & Ken-ichiro Kamei* Abstract: Corneal epithelial cells derived from human pluripotent stem cells… Read More
Our paper got published in Scientific Reports! Dr. Imamura and Mr. Yoshimoto took a lead to accomplish this project. Congrats! Title: In vitro culture at 39 °C during hepatic maturation of human ES cells facilitates hepatocyte-like cell functions Satoshi Imamura, Koki Yoshimoto, Shiho Terada, Kaho Takamuro & Ken-ichiro Kamei Abstract: Hepatocyte-like cells derived from human pluripotent stem cells (hPSC-HLCs) offer… Read More
In collaboration with Prof. Murayama and Dr. Endo (WRC), Dr. Okita (CiRA), and Dr. Ito (Kyoto City Zoo), we were able to generate Grevy’s zebra induced Pluripotent Stem Cells! Title: Generation and gene expression profiles of Grevy’s zebra induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Abstract: Induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) can serve as a biological resource for… Read More
Thank you very much for your help!We wish you have happy holidays & happy new year!
Recently, new members, Ango, Kyoko and Ruri joined our group! We also took a photo with our current members!
In these couple of months, we had recent publications and updated “Publications”! Read More
Our paper in collaboration with Dr. Chaleckis and Prof. Wheelock got published in Experimental Eye Research! Rodi (currently, Ritsumeikan University) took a lead to accomplish this project. Congratulations! Title: Spatiotemporal determination of metabolite activities in the corneal epithelium on a chip Authors: Rodi Abdalkader, Romanas Chaleckis, Craig E. Wheelock, Ken-ichiroKamei Abstract: The corneal epithelial barrier… Read More
Dr. Yoshi Endo (WRC, Kyoto U) finally got his Ph.D. from Kyoto University! Congratulations!
Rodi (former assistant professor) and Xiaopeng (former postdoc) got their new positions. Interestingly, both of them joined Ritsumeikan University as an assistant professor! Thank you very much for great jobs at our lab. We wish their great success and career!
Wishing you a Happy New Year with the hope that you will have many blessings in the year to come.