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Compounds for rapidly extending telomeres

A team of Stanford researchers developed a treatment to rapidly and transiently extend telomeres. This technology is dose-dependent and thus can be controlled, and is cell type-specific. Because telomeres protect chromosomes from some effects of aging, t...
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Single Bio-Element Analysis

Stanford researchers have developed a novel method of screening billions of biological elements (eg. antibodies, proteins, cells, viruses, phages, etc.) a single element at a time. Arrays of receptacles are easily loaded with media containing biological e...
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