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Thursday, December 4, 2008

Call for Papers: Differentiation Stem Cell special issue Guest Edited by Stephen Sullivan, Gabriela Durcova-Hills

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Dear Scientist,

Differentiation is developing a high-profile special issue on Stem Cells at the end of 2009. We are inviting researchers in the field to contribute.

Guest Editors:

For more information, please visit the Call for Papers

Some of the top scientists who have already agreed to contribute are:

Stephen Sullivan - Pathological phenotypes in patient specific iPS - return to NT?
Jayaraj Rajagopal - Lung stem cells, progenitors and organ development
Chris Denning, University of Nottingham - Differentiation of ES into functional derivatives in chemically defined media
Helen Blau, Stanford University - Muscle stem cells
Glyn Stacey, UK Stem Cell Bank - iPS and ES cell banks
Petra Hajkova, Cambridge University - Germ line development, pluripotency and epigenetic programming
Christina Equizabal Argaiz - Generation of primordial germ cells from pluripotent stem cells
Gregory Bonfiglio - Stem cells from a commercial and investment view point

Submissions should be received by 30 January 2009. Note that all contributions will undergo peer review and only those meeting the standards of the reviewers and guest editors will be published.   

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We have a significantly revised editorial board serving the journal, a refined scope statement, a new look and links to the very newest articles in press.

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We are looking forward to receiving your contributions to this themed issue.

With best wishes,

Stephen Sullivan, Gabriela Durcova-Hills, Guest Editors
Eero Lehtonen, Editor-in-Chief
Noelle Gracy, Publisher, Differentiation

P.S. You may want to also take this opportunity to ***Register online and submit your poster abstract*** at the Human Pluripotent Stem Cells symposium: interrogating disease and development, April 22-24 2009, Dublin, Ireland


Differentiation - Special Issue Stem Cells



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