Induced Pluripotent Stem cells are the future of medicine.
Your link to the forefront of medical science.
How it works
Register a miPS Labs account
Schedule a collection
University of Washington
Institute for Translational Health Sciences
What experts are saying
"iPS cells can be a powerful tool to develop new drugs to cure intractable diseases, as they can be made from patients' somatic cells."
– Dr. Shinya Yamanaka, Kyoto University / Gladstone Institute, Nobel Prize Winner for iPS Discovery
"There is no topside limit to what stem cells and regenerative medicine can do."
– Dr. Christopher Allan, UW Medicine Hand Center
"Is there a limit to the number of stem cell divisions, and does that imply that there's a limit to human life? …can you get round that by replenishment with cells saved from earlier in your life?"
– Dr. Henne Holstege, VU University Medical Center
"iPS cells will contribute in many aspects, not only in science but also in society. For example, the potential of iPS cells has helped to accelerate changes to pharmaceutical law in Japan."
– Dr. Masayo Takahashi, Kyoto University, PI of the first iPS clinical trial