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Vaccine Production Moving Towards Recombinant Cell Culture Based Technology
The United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) continues funding to support efficient and reliable vaccine production technologies. In a recent article by FierceVaccines, an interview with...
- Posted 4 March, 2011
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Uploaded on Feb 18, 2011 Join Dr. Charles S. Cox as he explains research being done using cord blood stem cells on traumatic brain injury. This January, UTHealth launched...
- Posted 18 February, 2011
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Scientists at UCLA have developed what they claim is a fully chemically defined, animal-free alternative to standard mouse feeder cell- and bovine sera-containing culture systems for human embryonic stem...
- Posted 31 January, 2011
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Uploaded on Jan 25, 2011 Discover the amazing variety of stem cells found in your baby’s umbilical cord and learn about their healing and regenerative potential. As the master...
- Posted 25 January, 2011
New Wave: Cell-Based Therapies
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- 6 January, 2011