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i want to pursue stem cell and research where and how do i start

MIT OCW Biology
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I think you can view some resources in your university webs liberary
hi! Welcome to Openstudy! i think before directly going into stem cells....take a thorough knowledge abot cell biology and differential gene expression.....if u r already done with it then just give a quick search on NCBI and read research papers...u get a hint from that where do u need and want to start...
thnx shruti

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happy 2 help:D
i need another help m new to all this....just been a day or two could u please tell me how does the course works?? i mean i saw the pdf files of the biology course...but is it just download and study??
some courses also have video lectures..try taking that helps...then go for the assignments in the pdf form....they have also provided with the name of reference books....check those... all in all its just me teaching myself and also analyzing?? right?? :)
ya..sort of...and if u get stuck somewhere in the basics i can try to help u...just post the question in the biology section..because i m frequently available in that section..:D
thanku so've just ruled out my confusion... will stay in touch...thnx agn
i would suggest u to read d code of conduct u r new to OS
ok...and hwere do i read that from?
thnx agn
hiihow do u post a new question separately?
Take appropriate courses, email many PIs whose labs do stem cell research, and hope you get a response. ;)
thnx phoenix
Also there should be an empty box on the left that says "ask a question". Click on that box to type a separate question. Make sure all your open questions are closed first though.

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