somosletras
Estoy tocando el suelo, estoy llendome a la mierda a una velocidad estratosférica.
Al borde del colapso nervioso, ya no puedo si quiera hablar del tema porque me rebalso en lágrimas.
Una huida, algo.
Estoy drogada, ya no me importa.
Sólo quiero paz, maldita paz a la que me había vuelto adicta, adicta a sus abrazos que calmaban mi mundo entero.
(Procedimiento para olvidar@) - Clemm Abader (via vitacoradelinsomnio)
biocanvas
biocanvas:

Human fibroblasts
Fibroblasts are cells that help maintain tissue structure by secreting proteins like collagen and elastin. Because they are easy to acquire and maintain in a laboratory, fibroblasts are one of the most common starting points for induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), which are adult cells like fibroblasts that have been coaxed to return to a very early stem cell state. iPSCs have the potential to become almost any cell in the human body, making them prime candidates for regenerative medicine, but creating them is incredibly inefficient. To help generate iPSCs, recent research has looked towards separating out iPSCs based on how adhesive they are compared to other cells. In this image, fibroblasts (magenta) express a cell adhesion protein (green), which can be used to determine differences in stickiness between cells.
Image by Dr. Ankur Singh, Cornell University.

biocanvas:

Human fibroblasts

Fibroblasts are cells that help maintain tissue structure by secreting proteins like collagen and elastin. Because they are easy to acquire and maintain in a laboratory, fibroblasts are one of the most common starting points for induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), which are adult cells like fibroblasts that have been coaxed to return to a very early stem cell state. iPSCs have the potential to become almost any cell in the human body, making them prime candidates for regenerative medicine, but creating them is incredibly inefficient. To help generate iPSCs, recent research has looked towards separating out iPSCs based on how adhesive they are compared to other cells. In this image, fibroblasts (magenta) express a cell adhesion protein (green), which can be used to determine differences in stickiness between cells.

Image by Dr. Ankur Singh, Cornell University.