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Biodiversity Loss Raises Risk of 'Extinction Cascades' - Laboratory Equipment


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New research shows that the loss of biodiversity can increase the risk of "extinction cascades," where an initial species loss leads to a domino effect of further extinctions. The researchers, from the University of Exeter, showed there is a higher ...

Images used in biomedical articles suspected of manipulation - The Australian


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The researchers are postdoctoral research fellow Kislay Roy, senior lecturer Rupinder Kanwar and Professor Jagat Kanwar, who heads Deakin's Nanomedicine-Laboratory of Immunology and Molecular Biomedical Research. Professor Kanwar and Dr Kanwar were ...

'Annihilation' review: Natalie Portman leads journey to the center of the blob - Chicago Tribune


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The Shimmer has put the whammy on its little corner of earthly, swampy paradise, remaking the ecosystems on a cellular level, causing species of flora and fauna to mutate, while making conventional time and human psychology its plaything. Garland ...
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Cellular Reprogramming Laboratory Jose Cibelli

Houston - United States

Work towards understanding the mechanisms of nuclear transfer, and application to generate human isogenic pluripotent stem cells and to clone animals at optimal efficiency. Michigan State University, East Lansing.

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    Dr. Jose Cibelli | Cellular Reprogramming Laboratory - Cellular Reprogramming Laboratory
    We work towards understanding the mechanisms of cellular reprogramming that governs the transformation of a somatic cell into a pluripotent one. We identify regulatory genes and gene products that govern the state of pluripotency. We use this knowledge to generate human isogenic pluripotent stem cells and to improve the efficiency of somatic cell nuclear transfer.

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    Nuclear Transfer - Cloning - Human Stem Cell - Embryonic Stem Cell

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