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Embryonic stem cells and embryonal carcinoma cells share two key characteristics: pluripotency (the ability to differentiate into endoderm, ectoderm, and mesoderm) and self-renewal (the ability to grow without change in an untransformed, euploid state). Much has been done to identify and characterize transcription factors that are necessary or sufficient to… (More)
Although great quantities of respiratory gases dissolve in a perfluorocarbon liquid used to formulate artificial blood, their diffusion rates in this liquid do not exceed those in water.
Erythrocytes were settled from whole blood in standard 200 x 2.5 mm erythrocyte settling rate tubes placed vertically and at various angles from 85 degrees to 15 degrees from the horizontal. In all cases sedimentation rates measured along the slope increased with decreasing angle from the horizontal. Vertical settled distances rapidly increased down to an… (More)