Isolation and Characterization of Cancer Stem Cells Using iFP Technique



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1. to evaluate insoluble fibrinogen particles (iFP), as a tool for harvesting, growing and transferring attachment-dependent cancer stem cells and comparing it to the standard method ( coated plate) . 2. to evaluate whether using iFP for growing CSC can yield better results of isolating and enriching CSCs from fresh tumors than other conventional methods
Jul 31,2012
18 Years

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