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[3/13/2014] Stem cell therapy may help severe congestive heart failure

[3/12/2014] Protein key to cell motility has implications for stopping cancer...

[3/11/2014] A new cell type is implicated in epilepsy caused by traumatic bra...

[3/9/2014] Stem cell study opens door to undiscovered world of biology

[3/6/2014] Researchers capture 'most complete' picture of gene expre...

[3/4/2014] Researchers develop antibody-targeted treatment for recurrent sma...

[2/26/2014] 3D microgels 'on-demand' offer new potential for cell res...

[2/21/2014] Degradation of viral DNA in the cell nucleus is opening up new tr...

[2/20/2014] Enhancement of chemotherapy by prevention of tumor cell repair

[2/18/2014] Solar-induced hybrid fuel cell produces electricity directly from...

[2/16/2014] CU-Boulder stem cell research may point to new ways of mitigating...

[2/13/2014] Harvard scientists find cell fate switch that decides liver, or p...

[2/7/2014] Shape-sifting: NIST categorizes bio scaffolds by characteristic c...

[2/6/2014] Critical factor (BRG1) identified for maintaining stem cell pluri...

[2/5/2014] Paper offers insights into network that plays crucial role in cel...

[2/4/2014] Salk Institute and Stanford University to lead new $40 million st...

[2/4/2014] Scientists turn primitive artificial cell into complex biological...

[2/3/2014] Cell division finding could boost understanding of cancer

[2/3/2014] Capturing ultrasharp images of multiple cell components at once

[2/2/2014] Split decision: Stem cell signal linked with cancer growth


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