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Europe's stem cell hub | EuroStemCell | Stem cell research, regenerative medicine and stem cell ethics. Resources, fact sheets, FAQ. - Europe's hub for stem cell research, regenerative medicine, ethics. Features stem cell facts, educational resources, award-winning films, news, FAQ.

  • http://www.eurostemcell.org/stemdb-stem-cell-database StemDB, the stem cell database | Europe's stem cell hub | EuroStemCell - Stem DB, the stem cell database, stores stem cell information and gene expression data. Users can enter, update, search for and retrieve information about cell lines, rodent strains, antibodies, recombinant proteins, primers, vectors, and protocols. The database also stores documents such as references and reports. Go there now.
  • http://www.eurostemcell.org/stem-cell-resources Stem cell resources | Europe's stem cell hub | EuroStemCell - More than 40 resources about stem celli research and regenerative medicine, fully catalogued. Educational, interactive and multimedia tools, ideal for teachers, science centres and museums, scientists doing outreach and others. Use the filters below or search using keywords.
  • http://www.eurostemcell.org/stem-cell-videos-and-films Stem cell videos and films | Europe's stem cell hub | EuroStemCell - Short videos about stem cell research, stem cell ethics, cell culture and cloning. Ideal classroom educational resource or for public screenings.

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  • Samuel James - looks quite stylish

    These Bluetooth headphones are such a good idea, I am used to having the normal wired ones and the wire often gets in the way or caught on something. These ones with no trailing wires make such a huge difference.

  • smedheat - I have used your other stop leak products in the past with great success. Recently

    I have a leaky radiator. I have used your other stop leak products in the past with great success. Recently, I had a thermostat replaced and accidentally allowed the Toyota service center mechanic to flush the entire cooling system. Big mistake. My overheating engine situation was instantly made much worse! Rather than turn around and purchase a new HEAD GASKET for my 20 year old Toyota Camry, (as Toyota customer service recommended without even looking at the head gasket) I decided to try 1/3 a bottle of Liquid Aluminum. I then topped off the radiator and coolant reservoir. I let the car idle for 10 minutes or so. I even revved the engine a few times and ran the A/C. Only time will tell, but the car shows improvement already. It only ran slightly above normal operating temp before immediately cooling down to exactly normal. It has overheated during idle before using Liquid Aluminum. Even if this application of the product does not work long term, I will have myself to blame for letting a mechanic flush out a Bars-treated coolant system that was holding fluids pretty darn well.

  • Bruce Hunter - Scared the crap out of my cat

    I got one of these today. Its only function is to infuse a liquid with CO2. And, it does that well. So far, the only flavor I've tried is diet cola. It was palatable enough that I might stop buying my beloved Coke Zero. Meanwhile, I'm wondering what other liquids I can fizz up. Milk? Chocolate milk? Kool-Aid? Rum? The instructions say that you should infuse the liquid in short bursts and on the third burst, should hear a "loud buzz," which tells you it's done or that you can give it another shot for more fizz. Yes, the buzz was loud. In fact, it sounded like chain saw hitting a bridge abutment. It scared my cat so badly that I'm surprised she didn't swallow herself whirling around to escape the room. That never gets old. I wonder where she is.