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  • Review of 11 Sub-journals of CELLS—Emergence of Mighty Technologies in These Years
    Does anyone still remember how we perform researches before the emergence of CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing, cryo-EM, and even high-throughput sequencing? In fact, it will not cost much time to recall, because this is still fresh to us. In the past few years, the pace of technological advances in biology research is incredibly fast. Molecular Cell Continue reading →
  • What are Epithelial Cells & How to Culture Epithelial Cells
    Definition Epithelial cells are cells located on the surface of the skin or cavity. Epithelial cells vary depending on the organ: Urinary routine epithelial cells are decaying, shedding skin cells. Epithelial tissue is divided into coated epithelium, glandular epithelium and sensory epithelium, and epithelium usually referred to the coating epithelium. 1. Epidermal cell culture A. Continue reading →
  • MCTT Umbilical Cord Stem Cell Technology
    Introduction MCCT umbilical cord stem cell technology can produce cells free from immune rejection. Through isolation, cells’ viability and functionality are guaranteed which allows the body to recover young and healthy. This technology is also featured with a low temperature of 196 ℃ preservation to allow cells with long-term activity, as well as simple collection Continue reading →
  • More Than 25 Tips For Gaining Well-cultured Cells
    Cell culture is not an easy thing which needs more care. Paying more attention to following tips, you will do it better. Tip 1: How to thaw cooling tubes? Cooling tubes should be put into the 37 ℃ water tank immediately for rapid thaw after taking out, shaking to melt within 1 minute. They key Continue reading →
  • Cell Types in Bones
    As we all know that the skeleton is a dynamic organ. The bone cells’ coordinated actions determine the shape and form of body. This post is used to express the cell types in bones. There are four types of cells in bone—osteocytes, osteoclasts, osteoblasts and osteoprogenitor cells. However, in different locations in bones, these cell Continue reading →
  • Normal Cells vs Cancer Cells vs HeLa Cells
    Cells in human beings or animals are numerous. Through years of researches, cells can be identified into many classes according to their different characteristics. So there are many differences between different cells. In this post, we are going to discuss the differences between normal cells and cancer cells, differences between cancer cells and HeLa cells. Continue reading →
  • Comprehensive Information about Blood Cancer and Its Types
    Blood cancer, which can affect the bone marrow, blood and lymphatic system, has become very common, especially in Europe, like UK. According to statistics, there are 70 people a day suffering from blood cancer and nearly 25,000 people a year. Since it is a very serious disease, this article is used to introduce comprehensive information Continue reading →
  • Non-small Cell Lung Cancer & Small Cell Lung Cancer
    When lung cells become abnormal and start to grow out of control, lung cancer happens. Just like other cancer cells, the abnormal lung cells will get into a tumor and spread to other tissues and areas of the body. There are two types of lung cancers—non-small cell lung cancer and small cell lung cancer. Non-small Continue reading →
  • Chronic Gallbladder Inflammation—the Most Common Risk for Gallbladder Cancer
    The gallbladder is a hollow organ that is beneath the right lobe of the liver. However, it is also the most common cancer case among cancer patients. Researchers have approved that there are several factors that have a close relationship with gallbladder cancer. And the chronic gallbladder inflammation is the most common one. Why is Continue reading →
  • A Key Factor Found for the Reprogramming of Fibroblast Cells to Creat IPS Cells
    During the off and on differentiation process of cells, there are marks that help the cells to remember where they are and where they are heading, which is to say to mark the point where they are and what kind of target cells they are to become with the gene. The marks are just like Continue reading →

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