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Feeder Layer and Serum Independent Embryonic Stem Cells

Researchers in the Weissman lab at Stanford University have developed embryonic stem cell (ESC) clones that can be used to examine the effects of single growth factors and cytokines on the self-renewal and differentiation of ESCs in vitro. ESCs ...
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Nonvolatile Sequential Circuits with low power consumption

This invention introduces a novel method to decrease the power consumption in logic circuits containing sequential circuit elements. This novel approach results in circuits with a smaller area compared to existing methods. Power reduction comes through th...
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