Reprogramming and iPSC Formation - Then and Now

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The ability to create stem cells from non-embryonic cells, through the process of reprogramming, lifted the ethical hindrance and is driving stem cell research in a new direction at a rapid pace.

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How to Optimize the Quality of your Lab’s Water

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The purity of lab water is critical to ensuring the success of your experiments. With this free guide, you can ensure that your water is fit for purpose.

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Answer the challenges of CDS Data integrity - Sterling Pharma Solutions Ltd

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Data integrity continues to be a hot topic for the regulatory agencies in the pharmaceutical industry.

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5 Ways Science Can Mend a Broken Heart

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Here we take a look at 5 novel approaches to repair diseased and damaged hearts.

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Tuberculosis Vaccine Trial Results Offer Potential for BCG Revaccination

Tuberculosis Vaccine Trial Results Offer Potential for BCG Revaccination

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The study is the first 'prevention of infection' trial conducted for tuberculosis, the world's leading infectious disease killer.

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New Structure Discovered in Human Sperm Tails
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A highly effective tail is needed in order for a sperm to be able to swim, and for a baby to be conceived. By using cryo-electron tomography, researchers have identified a completely new nanostructure inside sperm tails.

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Can You Eat Cells? Computer Model Predicts Organisms that Use Phagocytosis
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A computer model developed by Museum researchers may provide new insight into the origins of phagocytosis, the process by which single-celled organisms “eat” other cells as a means of absorbing nutrients or eliminating pathogens.

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Novel Scaffolds to Grow Muscle Developed
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RMIT biomedical engineers have successfully produced a 3D material that mimics nature to transform cells into muscle.

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