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Practical use of endoderm derived organoids generated from non-human primates

Ken Iwatsuki

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1994
| Nagoya University, Agricultural Chemistry(B.S.)
1999
| University of Tokyo, Animal Resources and Sciences
| ( Ph.D.)
2000-2002
| Tokyo Metropolitan Institution of Medical Science
2003-2007
| Mount Sinai School of Medicine
2007-2013
| Ajinomoto. Co. Inc.
2014-now
| Tokyo University of Agriculture

Lecture content
We have generated intestinal organoids from mice, chickens and asian house shrews by the method established by Sato et al. (Nature , 2009), to investigate the function of endoderm derived sensor cells. In order to extrapolate from animal experiments to human, we have recently introduced a non-human primate organoid culture system. Here, I will introduce our effort to generate organoids from monkey intestines, tongues and pancreases.

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