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Stem Cells Created from a Drop of Blood
The DIY finger-prick technique developed by scientists from A*STAR opens door for extensive stem cell banking.
Capturing Leukemic Stem Cells: A Major Breakthrough in Developing New Cancer Drugs
Important advance opens the way to the identification of new cancer drugs to fight acute myeloid leukemia, one of the most aggressive forms of blood cancer.
Optimising Vaccine Process Scale up of Attachment Dependent Cells using Micro Bioreactors and Microcarriers
Performing microcarrier culture using an automated microscale bioreactor system offers a method of improved process development for production of vaccine using attachment dependent cells.
Spectacular Images Showing Research into Cancer, Neurodegenerative Disease and Fertility
Vanessa Auld from Canada, Martin Barr from Ireland and Graham Wright from Singapore announced as the winners of the GE Healthcare 2013 Cell Imaging Competition.
A Novel Experimental Hypoxia Chamber for Cell Culture
Researchers have validated an inflatable chamber made of transparent plastic materials as an alternative module for cell culture under hypoxia.
TAP Biosystems Presents New Data on 3D Cell Culture Research
Discussing the application of RAFT 3D models in oncology, toxicology and neuroscience cell-based screening programmes.
Culturing iPS cells with Reduced Infection Risk
Researchers have developed a new way to easily culture induced pluripotent stem cells that has a low risk of infection in transplant therapy.
Spees Research Identifies Promising Tool for Cardiac Stem Cell Grafting
New research has identified a new tool that could help facilitate future stem cell therapy.
May the Cellular Force be With You
Like tiny construction workers, cells sculpt embryonic tissues and organs in 3D space.
Scientists Engineer Human Stem Cells and Move Closer to Mastering Regenerative Medicine
Researchers have successfully converted human embryonic stem cells (hESCs) cultured in the laboratory to a state that is closer to the cells found in the human blastocyst.
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