Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Submit a News Story
Illumina Launches Infinium® HumanCore Arrays
Published: Wednesday, February 06, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, February 06, 2013
Ideal screening array for biobanks, genome centers, and core labs.
Full access to this article is for registered users only.
is free-of-charge and allows access to all content on our web communities.
Already registered? Then please log in at the top of the page.
DNA-Altering Enzyme is Essential for Blood Cell Development
The expression of specific genes is partially dictated by the way the DNA is packed into chromatin, a tightly packed combination of DNA and proteins known as histones.
Chemical Screen Points to New Line of Attack Against Neuroblastoma
In the war on neuroblastoma, the current chemical weaponry is reaching its limit.
Adult Stem Cells Could Hold Key to Creating Cure for Type 1 Diabetes
Combining bone marrow cells with new drug restores insulin production.
IBN Creates Unlimited Source of Human Kidney Cells
Applications include in vitro toxicology, disease models & regenerative medicine.
Stem Cell Injections Improve Spinal Injuries in Rats
A single injection of human neural stem cells produced neuronal regeneration and in rats impaired by an acute spinal cord injury (SCI).
Keeping Stem Cells Strong
Caltech biologists show that an RNA molecule protects stem cells during inflammation.
Discarded Immune Cells Induce the Relocation of Stem Cells
Scientists investigate the evolution and elimination of neutrophils.
Awoken from a Persistent Vegetative State
First successful treatment of paediatric cerebral palsy with autologous cord blood.
Encouraging Data from Stem Cell Trial in Stroke Patients as Plans for Phase II Progress
Encouraging interim data from the world’s first clinical trial examining the safety of neural stem cell treatment in stroke patients has been reported by researchers ahead of an application for Phase II trials.
Program for Breakthrough Biomedical Research to Celebrate 15 Years
A program that fosters basic science projects of potentially high impact is celebrating 15 years of discovery at UC San Francisco.
Advertise On This Site
Terms & Conditions
©2013 Technology Networks
, all rights reserved.