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Reprogramming-qualified B18R Recombinant Protein, Carrier-free

Reprogramming-qualified B18R Recombinant Protein, Carrier-free is of interest for cellular reprogramming and other applications requiring RNA-mediated gene delivery.  B18R protein is a Vaccinia virus-encoded receptor with specificity for mouse, human, rabbit, pig, rat and cow Type 1 interferons and has potent neutralizing capability acting as a decoy receptor for Type 1 interferons. 144 more words


To stem cell or not to stem cell...That is the question

What exactly is a stem cell anyway?

The first defining characteristic of stem cells is that they are non-specialized cells in terms of function. This means that they do not have what you could call a “job” or a “role” assigned to them by the body yet. 627 more words

From NOVA: "Stems Cells Finally Deliver, But Not on Their Original Promise"


25 Mar 2015
Carrie Arnold

To scientists, stem cells represent the potential of the human body to heal itself. The cells are our body’s wide-eyed kindergarteners—they have the potential to do pretty much anything, from helping us obtain oxygen, digest food, or pump our blood. 2,933 more words

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