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Animal Cell Substrates By John Petricciani
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This volume has collected together eight WHO documents on the use of animal cells to produce biological products to serve as an historical reference and to facilitate an understanding of the... More > evolution of issues and positions that have been taken since the 1950s.< Less
Tumor Cells By Chelsea Clark
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Creative Bioarray maintains various human and animal tumor cell lines that are invaluable for medical, scientific and pharmaceutical institutions. Creative Bioarray consistently attains the highest... More > standards and uses the most reliable procedures to verify every cell line. Every study is different and requires different cells and samples. Creative Bioarray has the largest selection of organ specific and cancer related tumor cells available. Every sample has its own description and origin included so you know exactly what you are receiving with us.< Less
Epithelial Cells By Chelsea Clark
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Epithelial cells are arranged in tightly packed layers that line the surfaces and cavities of tissues and organs throughout the body. Of the four major tissue types found in the human and animal... More > body, epithelial cells are by far the most prolific. Epithelial cells also comprise key structures of exocrine and endocrine glands. The basic function of epithelial cells is to provide a protective layer for the organ they enclose, but they functions are diverse and include secretion, selective absorption, filtration, protection and detection of sensation.< Less
The Kill Cell By Alasdair Duncan
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Financial thrillers tend to place the blame on a single rotten apple. What if it’s the whole barrel that’s rotten with only a few sound fruit in it? The Kill Cell is set in an uncertain... More > near future. The North Atlantic Drift has switched off plunging the UK into a mini ice age every winter; fertility has become a problem and people, plants and animals can no longer reproduce without scientific help. Technology labs producing everything from human embryos to butterflies are the new wave industries. Governments now order their embryos in bulk giving rise to a burgeoning futures market in the City, where traders stand to lose or make millions betting on the success or otherwise of these breeding programmes. The first financial techno thriller? Maybe…< Less
The Kill Cell By Alasdair Duncan
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Financial thrillers tend to place the blame on a single rotten apple. What if it’s the whole barrel that’s rotten with only a few sound fruit in it? The Kill Cell is set in an uncertain... More > near future. The North Atlantic Drift has switched off plunging the UK into a mini ice age every winter; fertility has become a problem and people, plants and animals can no longer reproduce without scientific help. Technology labs producing everything from human embryos to butterflies are the new wave industries. Governments now order their embryos in bulk giving rise to a burgeoning futures market in the City, where traders stand to lose or make millions betting on the success or otherwise of these breeding programmes. The first financial techno thriller? Maybe…< Less
MCQs in Cell Biology By Kunal P. Deshmukh & Yeshwant D. Deshmukh
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1)Life originated in a)Air b)Soil c)Mountains d)Water 2)The first organism existed on the earth was........ a)Photoautotrophs b)Photoheterotrophs c)Chemoautotrophs d)Chemoheterotrophs
INTELLIGENT CELLS AND THEIR INVENTIONS By Pietro Gaietto
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With this book I intend to present a fresh interpretation about man and other living beings such as animals and plants. I have based my observations on the work of intelligent cells and their... More > inventions, implemented in every species, including man, as they fashioned and continue to fashion living organisms. According to the natural sciences man belongs in the animal kingdom.< Less
Human Primary Cells By Chelsea Clark
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Creative Bioarray offers 35 human cell systems with over 160 different cell types. Moreover, we also provide our customers primary cells from over 13 types of other animals. These cells taken from... More > living tissue are extremely accurate as they are literally coming from the source and are available from many sources on the human body. These living samples can give extremely accurate information about the cells in vivo and give relevant information regarding the living systems.< Less
Human Primary Cells By Chelsea Clark
eBook (PDF): $8.99
Creative Bioarray offers 35 human cell systems with over 160 different cell types. Moreover, we also provide our customers primary cells from over 13 types of other animals. These cells taken from... More > living tissue are extremely accurate as they are literally coming from the source and are available from many sources on the human body. These living samples can give extremely accurate information about the cells in vivo and give relevant information regarding the living systems.< Less
What Are Epithelial Cells By Chelsea Clark
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Epithelial cells are arranged in tightly packed layers that line the surfaces and cavities of tissues and organs throughout the body. Of the four major tissue types found in the human and animal... More > body, epithelial cells are by far the most prolific. Epithelial cells also comprise key structures of exocrine and endocrine glands. The basic function of epithelial cells is to provide a protective layer for the organ they enclose, but they functions are diverse and include secretion, selective absorption, filtration, protection and detection of sensation.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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