Free Collection: New Cell Lines

Read free-to-access Scientific Reports articles describing the generation and characterization of new lines from a range of species.

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Apr 12, 2018
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Cell populations that evade senescence are ubiquitous tools in biological research. This Collection of free-to-access articles, published recently in Scientific Reports, showcases the establishment of novel cell lines. The reports describe the generation and characterization of new lines from a range of species, from insect through rodent to human.

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Suzanne Farley

Executive Editor, Scientific Reports, Nature Research

Genetically-British Australian. Joined Nature Publishing Group in 2003. Spent 10 years in the Nature Reviews Division, before moving to Scientific Reports. Degree in Environmental Science, PhD in plant physiology and molecular biology (U Newcastle, Australia). Likes coffee, running, swimming, writing, parenting and my Kindle.

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