Induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) represent an unlimited supply of stem cells and, through guided differentiation, other previously difficult-to-access cell types, such as neurons. iPSCs are very popular for developmental biology research, drug discovery, cell therapy, and tissue engineering. Nonetheless, stem cell expansion and differentiation remains a sensitive process, with a number of factors presenting challenges for scientists.

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  • Key factors affecting iPSC differentiation
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