Scientists develop new method of reprogramming stem cells

07/25/2014 | MedCityNews.com

A team of researchers from SQZ Biotech has developed a simpler way to introduce transformative materials into cells -- a key step in cell reprogramming. The technology, called CellSqueeze, uses high-pressure tubules to squeeze cells, loosening membrane pores and allowing materials to enter. The process uses microfluidic chips and can treat up to 100,000 cells per second, according to developers.

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