Human embryonic stem cells (hESCs) expressing pluripotency markersEndothelin Receptor are assumed to possess equipotent developmental possible. Having said that, disparate responses to differentiation stimuli functionally illustrate that hESCs produce a spectrum of differentiated cell forms, suggestive of lineage bias. Here, we reveal precise cell surface markers that let sub-fractionation of hESCs expressing hallmark sellectchem markers of pluripotency. By direct de novo isolation of those subsets, we show that propensities for lineage differentiation are balanced with diminished clonogenic self-renewal. Histone modification marks of gene loci related to pluripotency versus lineage specificity predicted cell fate potential of these subfractions, thereby supporting the absence of uniform bivalency as being a molecular paradigm to describe cell fate determination of pluripotent cells. Our examine reveals that cell fate probable is encoded inside of cells comprising hESC cultures, highlighting them as being a indicates to know the mechanisms furthermore of lineage specification of pluripotent cells.