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DICE: dual-integrase cassette exchange

Stanford researchers have developed a system for precise genetic modification of human embryonic stem cells (ECSs) and induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs). The system known as DICE (dual integrase cassette exchange) offers complete control over the co...
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Transgenic Biotracker Mouse

The transgenic biotracker mouse lines carry two or more broadly used reporters, and thus serve as sources for both labeled cells and tissues for transplantation and adoptive transfer experiments. The reporter transgene permits in vivo tracking of a livin...
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