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Tightly Regulated Gene Expression System

Stanford University scientists have developed a highly sensitive, patented system for expressing target genes in a tightly regulatable manner, with little background expression. This gene expression system can be used in vitro for high throughput screenin...
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Artificial Corneal Implant

Artificial corneal implants (keratoprosthesis) have great potential to benefit millions in the U.S. and worldwide with corneal disease. Nearly 10 million people worldwide are blind due to corneal disease and current corneal implants have not been adopted...
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