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GSI Creos Cultures Cells Efficiently in Stacked Cup-shaped Carbon Nano-tube
 

Tokyo, Apr 1, 2004 (JCN) - GSI Creos announced that the company has confirmed unique properties of "Carbere," its proprietary carbon nanotube (CNT) with a stacked-cup structure for cell proliferation.

An experiment the company conducted demonstrated that cells grew 30% faster and achieved 30% longer longevity when grown using Carbere than in conventional cultures.

The company plans to offer the prototype of a stacked cup-shaped CNT cell culture material within the year.

By Aki Tsukioka Contributor

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