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  1. Today Hela cells are the most widely cells used in cell ...molecular biology labs across the world. The word HeLa is derived from the first two ...

    2 Answers · Health · 13/03/2012

  2. HeLa cells are extremely potent and can travel through dust in the air...in our stomach is very potent and would kill any HeLa cells that reached that point. However, if a scientist...

    3 Answers · Health · 19/03/2012

  3. HeLa cells are cancer cells - from Henrietta Lacks who died in 1951 as I recall. They have been used in research, but they are not a treatment. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ HeLa

    2 Answers · Health · 03/10/2009

  4. The Hela cells can only continue to live and divide when fundamental cell survival..., for instance, blood vessels to connect those cells to any sustaining source. Therefore, they...

    1 Answers · Health · 12/06/2008

  5. From my understanding, HeLa cells made it possible to test vaccines and drugs and their...

    1 Answers · Health · 21/11/2012

  6. HeLa cells are the classic case of immortal malignant cell clones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki... blood in the host, or they need support in a laboratory environment as with HeLa cells .

    8 Answers · Health · 08/02/2011

  7. ...this: http://newswire.uark.edu/articles/14819/university-scientist-uses- hela - cells -in-hiv-research http://prezi.com/c-pluldb_fwi/the-impact-of- hela -in-research/ http://jvi...

    1 Answers · Health · 17/03/2014

  8. There are other immortal cancer cell lines for example MCF10A. But they are not all ...

    1 Answers · Health · 06/09/2013

  9. I don't think we will ever know. HCT do not represent the patients initials. I am guessing, that H= Human, C= Colon and T= tumour, and 116 refers to nr. 116 in a database. Here is...

    2 Answers · Health · 31/08/2013

  10. Probably not - though HeLa cells might. They contaminate many labs. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ HeLa ...

    4 Answers · Health · 06/04/2012

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