Four induced pluripotent stem cell lines (TRNDi021-C, TRNDi023-D, TRNDi024-D and TRNDi025-A) generated from fibroblasts of four healthy individuals.

Abstract

Expanded human skin fibroblast cells from four different aged healthy individuals, 11-year-old female, 1-year-old male, 2-month-old male, and 8-year-old male, were used to generate integration-free induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) lines TRNDi021-C, TRNDi023-D, TRNDi024-D, and TRNDi025-A, respectively, by exogenous expression of four reprogramming factors, human SXO2, OCT3/4, C-MYC, KLF4. The authenticity of established iPSC lines was confirmed by the expressions of stem cell markers, karyotype analysis, and teratoma formation. These iPSC lines could serve as young healthy controls for the studies involving patient-specific iPSCs.

Authors

Xu, Xiaogang; Pradhan, Manisha; Xu, Miao; Cheng, Yu-Shan; Beers, Jeanette; Linask, Kaari L; Lin, Yongshun; Zheng, Wei; Zou, Jizhong;

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