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Posts tagged ‘stem cells’

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Feb 1, 2019

Antibodies have re-shaped biomedical researches since their discovery. From research tools to therapeutics and diagnostics, antibodies are...

Nov 14, 2018

Stem cells have attracted a great deal of deserved attention due to their lineage-independent characteristics. In other words, they have the...

Dec 5, 2013

Stem cells are being used to develop robust, reliable disease models that are advancing our understanding of underlying disease progression and...

Dec 3, 2013

How are stem cells advancing compound screening and analysis of drug-like properties? Stem cells are emerging as significant reagents in drug...

Nov 20, 2013

Advances in Culturing Stem Cells Stem cells may hold the answer to one of the biggest medical challenges, replacing tissues and organs. Exciting...

Sep 16, 2013

Core labs at academic institutes lower the barrier to expensive technology and give people access to techniques outside their field of expertise...

Jun 18, 2013

Researchers and pharmaceutical companies believe that stem cells, especially induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC), hold great promise for drug...

Feb 7, 2013

Here at Scientist, for the past few weeks we’ve been running a series of blog posts about stem cells discussing why iPS make an attractive research...

Jan 31, 2013

In our previous post on stem cells, we discussed how human-derived induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS) are being used to model “disease in a...

Jan 24, 2013

Last week we talked about Stem cell research getting the “green light” and this week we continue with our stem cell blog series. Biology has long...