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1. Free-Floating Culture in Astrocyte-Conditioned Medium In EB methods, one to several ES cells are cultured to form aggregates in culture medium with or without serum. In our method, however, colonies of undifferentiated ES cells grown on a mouse fibroblast feeder layer are picked up whole and transferred into non-adhesive bacteriological dishes. In addition, direct differentiation from ES cells into neural stem cells is induced by astrocyte-conditioned medium (ACM) in free-floating culture .
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