Yoshiki Sasai

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Japanese stem-cell biologist

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According to Wikipedia, Yoshiki Sasai was a Japanese stem cell biologist. He developed methods to guide human embryonic stem cells into forming brain cortex, eyes , and other organs in tissue culture. Sasai worked at the Riken Center for Developmental Biology in Kobe, and was Director of the Laboratory for Organogenesis and Neurogenesis. Following his involvement in the 2014 STAP cell controversy, Sasai was found dead at Riken from an apparent suicide.

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