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GE Healthcare’s 2012 Cell Imaging Competition - Voting Opens to Celebrate Art, Science and Discovery
Published: Thursday, November 22, 2012
Last Updated: Thursday, November 22, 2012
Competition features both high-content analysis and high- and super-resolution microscopy cell images for the first time.
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Silk and Cellulose Biologically Effective for Use in Stem Cell Cartilage Repair
Over 20 million people in Europe suffer from osteoarthritis which can lead to extensive damage to the knee and hip cartilage.
Symposium to Focus on Advancements in Organ-on-a-Chip Research
Research teams from Purdue University's Discovery Park and the Korean Institute of Science and Technology will meet May 16.
Isolation and Culture of Smooth Muscle Cells from Human Acute type A Aortic Dissection
The aim of this work was to investigate whether the SMCs of acute TAAD could be isolated and cultured for further research.
Effects of 3-D Microwell Culture on Growth Kinetics and Metabolism of Human Embryonic Stem Cells
3-D culture systems have been utilized to enhance growth or differentiation of these hESCs by better mimicking the 3-D nature of in vivo tissue development than standard 2-D systems.
Unanticipated Consequences of DNA Hypomethylation; Loss and Gain of Polycomb Mediated Transcription Repression in Somatic Cells
By genome-wide mapping of the Polycomb Repressive Complex 2 (PRC2)-signature histone mark, H3K27me3, in DNA methylation-deficient mouse somatic cells, the Meehan lab shows that loss of DNA methylation is coincident with widespread H3K27me3 redistribution.
Patients’ Skin Cells are Transformed into Heart Cells to Create a ‘Disease-In-A-Dish’
Lab model of an inherited, life-threatening disease known as ARVD/C allows researchers to study the condition and find ways to treat it.
3D Printed Human Organs for Testing and Transplantation
Process could pave the way to purpose-built replacement organs for patients, eliminating the need for organ donation, immune suppression and the problem of transplant rejection.
A Better Way to Culture Central Nervous Cells
A protein associated with neuron damage in Alzheimer's patients provides a superior scaffold for growing central nervous system cells in the lab.
Maglev Tissues Could Speed Toxicity Tests
Scientists use magnetic levitation to make in vitro lung tissue more realistic.
In Vitro Study Finds Digested Formula, But Not Breast Milk, is Toxic to Cells
Findings may help explain development of fatal condition in premature infants.
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