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Targeting a novel gene in human embryonic stem cells creates unique strategies for isolating and analyzing developing endoderm

Stanford researchers have developed several research tools to help study the role of a novel gene in the developing endoderm of embryonic stem cells. They created two constructs with two negative selection markers to increase the efficiency of homologous...
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Narrow Graphene Nanoribbons from Carbon Nanotubes

Stanford researchers have developed a method for controlled unzipping of CNTs to produce graphene nanoribbons (GNRs) by an Ar plasma etching method. These GNRs have smooth edges and a narrow width distribution (10-20 nm). GNRs are materials with properti...
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