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Microplates Enhance Cell Viability, Morphology and Proliferation Microplates Enhance Cell Viability, Morphology and Proliferation

Researchers often choose to grow cells in a serum-free environment to more accurately mimic physiological conditions. This however can present challenges in cell culture as many cell lines struggle to attach to tissue culture plastics in the absence of serum. This new application note demonstrates that Sero™ Krystal™ Poly-D-Lysine (PDL) coated microplates overcome these issues and promote superior attachment, growth and proliferation for challenging cell types in serum-free media.

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   Dramatic reduction in cervical cancer in the UK following the introduction of HPV vaccinationDramatic reduction in cervical cancer in the UK following the introduction of HPV vaccination
 
The current study assessed the impact of HPV vaccination on the rates of cervical cancer and cervical carcinoma in situ.
 
   Cervical cancer screening behaviors differ between vaccinated and unvaccinated womenCervical cancer screening behaviors differ between vaccinated and unvaccinated women
 
Women who are vaccinated against human papillomavirus (HPV) are more likely to undergo cervical cancer screenings than unvaccinated women, according to new research by Penn State College of Medicine.
 
 Chlamydia and HPV co-infection causes a unique cellular reprogramming, study shows
 
Chlamydia and HPV co-infection causes a unique cellular reprogramming, study showsInfections with several pathogens simultaneously increase the risk of cervical cancer—these results from a study conducted on artificial 3D tissue models.
 
 
 New study aims to solve cervical cancer disparities among Somali women
 
New study aims to solve cervical cancer disparities among Somali womenA new study led by the University of Minnesota Medical School and the University of Washington School of Public Health looks to solve cervical cancer disparities among Somali women.
 
 
 Free cervical cancer screening and preventive treatment can benefit women in low-income communities
 
Free cervical cancer screening and preventive treatment can benefit women in low-income communitiesWhen 29-year-old Nyemma Wickham, arrived for a free pap test at the Family Health Centers at NYU Langone in Brooklyn earlier this month, she expected another routine visit.
 
 
 Study uses 3D cervical organoids to show the danger of multiple infections
 
Study uses 3D cervical organoids to show the danger of multiple infectionsInfections with several pathogens simultaneously increase the risk of cervical cancer—these results from a study conducted on artificial 3D tissue models.