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Cells reprogrammed with computer instructions
Monday, August 12, 2013
Scientists from the Centre of Luxembourg of biomedical Systems (LCSB) of the University of Luxembourg has developed a model that makes predictions that differentiated - e.g., cells skin cells - can be changed very efficiently in completely different types of cells - like nerve cells, for example. This can be done completely without stem cells. These instructions based on computing for the reprogramming of cells are of enormous importance for regenerative medicine. The LCSB researchers presented their findings today in the prestigious scientific journal "Stem Cells". This is the first article ...
"Colombian scientific research is updated"
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Rosalind Franklin DNA 1953 science biologist
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