- Facilitator Cell Technology in Bone Marrow Transplants
Facilitator cell technology in bone marrow transplants is a process by which the immune system is essentially repressed to prevent the likelihood of rejection. Patients receiving the treatment benefit from a greater chance at survival following the procedure.
- Microfluidic Device For Isolating Nucleated Red Blood Cells
The microfluidic device has been shown to maintain a high recovery and puring rate of nucleated RBCs from maternal blood circulation. The microfluidic device works by using a cell separation microchip that separates blood cells based on size and a hemoglobin enrichment module.
- The History and Techniques of DNA Sequencing
One of the key requirements for developing personalized medicine is a fast and accurate DNA sequencing technology. Learn about the history of DNA sequencing here.
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