The ‘Cell’ebrity Lifestyle at BIOMILQ: living their breast life outside the body

K-18 (green) is a marker for BIOMILQ’s ‘cell’ebrities (MECs); the blue dots are the nuclei of the cells which have been stained green. Cells may differ in size during different stages of development.

While our caretakers are pretty great, it’s about time we get the recognition we deserve — breakthrough mammary biotechnology wouldn’t be possible without us.

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Unlocking human potential with breakthrough mammary biotechnology.

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