Human definitive haemogenic endothelium and arterial vascular endothelium represent distinct lineages
Andrea Ditadi, Christopher M Sturgeon, Joanna Tober, Geneve Awong, Marion Kennedy, Amanda D Yzaguirre, Lisa Azzola, Elizabeth S Ng, Edouard G Stanley, Deborah L French, Xin Cheng, Paul Gadue, Nancy A Speck, Andrew G Elefanty, Gordon Keller
Nature Cell Biology | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2015
Awarded by National Institutes of Health
Awarded by Canadian Institutes of Health Research
We would like to thank the SickKids-UHN Flow Cytometry Facility for their expert assistance with cell sorting, in particular A. Khandani,F.Xu at the Advanced Optical Microscopy Facility tor the great help with the time-lapse and confocal imaging, and S. Zandi for is with single-cell qRT-PCR. This work was supported by the National Institutes of Health grant U01 414100395 to G.K., SR00002303 to N.A.S. and by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research grants MOP93569 and EPS 127882 to G.K. Additional. support to A.D. and C.M.S. was provided by the Magna-Golftown Post-Doctoral Fellowship and the McMurrich Post-Doctoral Fellowship, respectively. A.G.E. and E.G.S. arc Senior Research Fellows at the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia. Their work was supported by Stem Cells Australia, the NHMRC and the Victorian Government's Operational Infrastructure Support Program.