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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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Changes in the content ofwhey proteins during lactation in cow's milk with a differ-ent somatic cells count.
The following milk samples were tested following the observation of the participants: milk composition (fat, protein, lactose) and the number of somatic cells, the total number of bacteria and the freezing temperature of the milk.
Somatic cells in milk physiological aspects and relationship to amount and composition of milk.
They compressed and optimized several steps of the process so that somatic cells are reprogrammed, expanded and stimulated to form cortical cells almost simultaneously.
Development of bovine oocytes reconstructed with different donor somatic cells with or without serum starvation.
Also, to some extent, infants' respiratory or gastrointestinal infection contribute to the transmission of infection to the mother, thereby increasing the number of somatic cells and other immuno-components that fight against infection (6, 8).
But after the reprogramming, these somatic cells are able to develop into any kind of organ cells.
When the scientists conducted microfiltration under optimal conditions, they were able to very efficiently remove vegetative bacteria, spores and somatic cells, as well as achieve the near complete transmission of proteins into the microfiltered milk.
Milk quality and subclinical mastitis detection through somatic cells counting.
Topics explored include current methods of generating iPSCs from somatic cells, the insights gained from Wnt signaling in embryonic development as applied to cardiac regenerative medicine, control of the differentiation program of iPSCs and the purification of cardiomyocytes from mature iPSC cultures.