Archive for Category: Cells, Media & Tools

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  • Discover our NEW partner Cell Safe: Mycoplasma Total Solution Kit. Around 20 different species of Mcyoplamsa are contaminating the actual Cell Culture in labs. 60% labs in japan are contaminated, 35 % in Western labs and in official cell banks worldwide. But: only half of labs are testing. And we all know the effects of Mycoplasma […]

    New Partner: Cell Safe with Mycoplasma kit

    Discover our NEW partner Cell Safe: Mycoplasma Total Solution Kit. Around 20 different species of Mcyoplamsa are contaminating the actual Cell Culture in labs. 60% labs in japan are contaminated, 35 % in Western labs and in official cell banks worldwide. But: only half of labs are testing. And we all know the effects of Mycoplasma to cells... Of course mycoplasma compete to nutrients, they change the metabolism and therefore to your experiments without killing your cells. You might just realize...
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  • Liver Hydrogel is available now as promised to cultivate liver cells under physiological  conditions.  Also avaliable by our new partner East River  biosolutions are organic coating supplements, Human products ECM and hydrogel are avalilable e.g. esophagus, lung, kidney, intestine, skin, stomach & more. Download new flyer here & ask for our introduction rate.

    NEW product: Liver Hydrogel offers physiological conditions

    Liver Hydrogel is available now as promised to cultivate liver cells under physiological  conditions.  Also avaliable by our new partner East River  biosolutions are organic coating supplements, Human products ECM and hydrogel are avalilable e.g. esophagus, lung, kidney, intestine, skin, stomach & more. Download new flyer here & ask for our introduction rate.
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  • A new combination of chemical compounds could lead the way to more cost-effective stem cell culture Human pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs) can infinitely self-renew and develop into all major cell types in the body, making them important for organ repair and replacement. But culturing them in large quantities can be expensive. Now, scientists at Japan’s […]

    Kyoto University Found Way of Culturing Stem Cells More Cost-Effective

    A new combination of chemical compounds could lead the way to more cost-effective stem cell culture Human pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs) can infinitely self-renew and develop into all major cell types in the body, making them important for organ repair and replacement. But culturing them in large quantities can be expensive. Now, scientists at Japan's Kyoto University, with colleagues in India and Iran, have developed a more cost-effective culture by using a new combination of chemical compounds. Current...
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  • Kyoto University said a researcher at its iPS institute headed by Nobel Prize winner Shinya Yamanaka has engaged in “falsification and fabrication” in a paper published last year in scientific journal Stem Cell Reports. “I am very regretful for not being able to prevent the dishonesty,” said Yamanaka, professor at Kyoto University who won the […]

    Researcher at Kyoto Univ.’s iPS institute falsifies data for paper

    Kyoto University said a researcher at its iPS institute headed by Nobel Prize winner Shinya Yamanaka has engaged in "falsification and fabrication" in a paper published last year in scientific journal Stem Cell Reports. "I am very regretful for not being able to prevent the dishonesty," said Yamanaka, professor at Kyoto University who won the Nobel Prize in medicine in 2012 for discovering induced pluripotent stem cells, or iPS cells. "I will take (the incident) seriously and provide education...
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  • A technique which revolutionizes cell culture by allowing the continuous production and collection of cells, has been developed by scientists at Newcastle University. The process removes the limit on the number of cells that can be grown in a culture dish, which until now has been strictly confined by its surface area. The research published […]

    The future of Cell Culture: A new Continuous Bioprocess Developed

    A technique which revolutionizes cell culture by allowing the continuous production and collection of cells, has been developed by scientists at Newcastle University. The process removes the limit on the number of cells that can be grown in a culture dish, which until now has been strictly confined by its surface area. The research published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces reports how the Newcastle team have developed a coating that allows individual stromal cells to "peel away" from...
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  • PELOBiotech strengthens its core competence all around primary cells: We are happy to announce Cell Systems as a new cell supplier to our portfolio with almost 9,000 products in the field of Cells&Media.. Cell Systems is a new US-provider of high quality primary cells and media. Cell Systems became an early expert in the isolation […]

    New Partner: Cell Systems Provides Primary Cells with “Gold” Standard

    PELOBiotech strengthens its core competence all around primary cells: We are happy to announce Cell Systems as a new cell supplier to our portfolio with almost 9,000 products in the field of Cells&Media.. Cell Systems is a new US-provider of high quality primary cells and media. Cell Systems became an early expert in the isolation and preparation of primary cell cultures. These primary cell cultures are manufactured to a “gold” standard, evident through decades of citations published in...
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  • Pave your Path with Primary Cells presented by Lothar Steeb, PhD, CSO&CEO, PELOBIOTECH In this FREE webinar we will reflect why Primary Cells are meaningful for basic and applied research. If you want to study hepatitis you do not use a #cardiomyocyte immortalized cell line. But often dermal microvascular cells are used as model for […]

    Join FREE Webinar: Pave your Path with Primary Cells

    Pave your Path with Primary Cells presented by Lothar Steeb, PhD, CSO&CEO, PELOBIOTECH In this FREE webinar we will reflect why Primary Cells are meaningful for basic and applied research. If you want to study hepatitis you do not use a #cardiomyocyte immortalized cell line. But often dermal microvascular cells are used as model for research on inner organ diseases.  Date: Tue, October, 24, 2017: 10 AM (German) and 4 PM (English), CET Join now here. We will answer much and controversial...
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  • All across the world, scientists have begun clinical trials to try and do just that, by making use of the incredible power and versatility of #stem cells, which are special cells that can make endless copies of themselves and transform into every other type of cell. While human embryos contain #embryonic stem cells, which help […]

    Stem Cells: The Future of Medicine

    All across the world, scientists have begun clinical trials to try and do just that, by making use of the incredible power and versatility of #stem cells, which are special cells that can make endless copies of themselves and transform into every other type of cell. While human embryos contain #embryonic stem cells, which help them to develop, the use of those cells has been controversial. The scientists are using induced pluripotent stem cells instead, which are other cells that have been reprogrammed...
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  • ES/iPS: Epigenetic program leading to Vessel Differentiation

    Clarification of how human blood vessels are constructed is desperately needed to advance regenerative medicine. Researchers investigated the changes in gene functions that occur when stem cells become vascular cells. They found that the histone code, which alters the transcriptional state of the gene, changes over time as #stem cells differentiate into blood vessels in response to a stimulus. #Regenerative medicine has made remarkable progress due to research with embryonic stem (#ES) cells and...
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  • How to Sequence DNA in Space

    “You’re tending to the cells—you have to change the media [in the #cell culture], you have to resupply them with nutrients”, says Kate Rubins, the first person to carry out an experiment in microgravity. The International Space Station is one big research laboratory. Its earliest research objectives, back in 2000, were pretty straightforward: keep humans alive. Since then, the number of experiments conducted aboard the station has ballooned, and astronauts and cosmonauts spend their days...
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