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Stromal Cell Lines that Support Hematopoiesis in Vitro Via Direct Cellular Interaction and Release of Soluble Mediators

This is a cell line, AC6.21, from the murine cell line of 6C3Ag^hi phenotype. The cell line supports the proliferation and differentiation of pre-B cells from their hematopoietic precursors in vitro. ------------------------------------ We have cloned a...
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Novel Minicircle Vector for Cardiac Gene Therapy

A team of Stanford inventors have developed a robust non-viral gene therapy technique for delivering genes to treat cardiovascular disease. This technology relies on a novel minicircle vector (see more information »

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