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This is kinda cool, too: I added the biggest 10 words from the wordle as page tags, and the Mendeley “Related Research” plugin in the left sidebar pulled in the major papers which influenced my work. This isn’t an entirely … Continue reading
I’m subscribed to some search feeds at Pubmed. Here’s what caught my eye this week in the Stem Cells feed. In this week’s post, I’ve got a good review of the recent Yamanaka paper everyone’s talking about.:
I’m subscribed to some search feeds at Pubmed. Here’s what caught my eye this week in the Stem Cells feed:
I’ve worked out a method for doing immunohistochemistry (IHC) on formalin-fixed paraffin embedded (FFPE) sections of bone.
Bone is very autofluorescent, so most dyes that excite in the visible range also excite substances present in bone itself, making it hard to find the specific signal generated by the dye-conjugated antibody. However, I noticed when using DAPI, an … Continue reading
Prospectus for Research William Gunn Investigating the role of MSCs in repair of bone. Introduction The Adult Stem/Progenitor cells called MSCs were first identified by Friedenstein in 1976 1, and since then they have been found to have mitogenic, anti-apoptotic, … Continue reading