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Counterfeit reagents: Fake serum has telltale fingerprint

01:19 EDT 24 Aug 2017 | Nature Publishing

Surging sales of counterfeit fetal bovine serum are threatening the safety of pharmaceuticals and vaccines, particularly in China (see Nature545, 148–150;10.1038/545148a2017). To help tackle the problem, GE Healthcare in the United States has launched a screening programme

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