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Introduction Glycosylation is the most common type of post translational protein modification. It is also an...
A Guest Blog by Iris Flores, Business Development Manager, StemBioSys, Inc. Human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs)...
What are the challenges in utilizing a serum-free, feeder-free, defined cell culture system for human embryonic stem cells?
With the field of stem cell biology rapidly evolving, researchers today face new challenges in translating bench science research towards practical clinical applications. The potential utility of clinically relevant...
- Posted 16 May, 2011
Current Advances and Challenges in the Use of Cord Blood Hematopoietic Stem/Progenitor Cells
Stem/Progenitor cells from umbilical cord blood (UCB) have many advantages as a source of hematopoietic cells for transplantation. Studies have shown that cord blood cells are an effective alternative...
- Posted 5 May, 2011
What does the term “xeno-free” mean?
The utility of stem cells in therapeutic applications for regenerative medicine has caused a movement within the scientific community for a more a defined cell culture system. Pluripotent stem...
- 2 May, 2011
Cord Blood Banking Could See a Boost as a Result of New Legislation
“The Family Cord Blood Banking Act” was recently introduced in the United States House of Representatives. The act, if passed, would change the IRS Code to permit use of...
- Posted 29 April, 2011
The future of cell culture development? Part II
GEN has a new article that touches on post translational modifications, which one of the major issues facing biomanufacturers, especially those that produce (or hope to produce) biosimilars. As...
- 26 April, 2011