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How a Silly Putty Ingredient Could Advance Stem Cell Therapies
The sponginess of the environment where human embryonic stem cells are growing affects the type of specialized cells they eventually become.
Too Much Protein May Kill Brain Cells As Parkinson’s Progresses
NIH-funded study on key Parkinson’s gene finds a possible new target for monitoring the disease.
Bone Marrow Stem Cells Show Promise in Stroke Treatment, UCI Team Finds
Research analysis reveals that the stem cells trigger repair mechanisms, limit inflammation.
Light-activated Neurons Restore Function to Paralyzed Muscles
Scientists develop a new way to artificially control muscles using light.
Stem Cell-Derived Beta Cells Under Skin Replace Insulin
Research suggests that hESC-derived insulin-producing cells may be an effective and safe cell replacement therapy.
Cancer Biologists Link Tumor Suppressor Gene to Stem Cells
The findings appear online in the journal eLife.
Stem Cells Created from a Drop of Blood
The DIY finger-prick technique developed by scientists from A*STAR opens door for extensive stem cell banking.
Capturing Leukemic Stem Cells: A Major Breakthrough in Developing New Cancer Drugs
Important advance opens the way to the identification of new cancer drugs to fight acute myeloid leukemia, one of the most aggressive forms of blood cancer.
Stem Cell Study Opens Door to Undiscovered World of Biology
Discovery published in Nature measures protein production.
Researchers Generate New Neurons in Brains, Spinal Cords of Mammals
Researchers created new nerve cells without the need of stem cell transplants.
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Enhancing Homing Permeability and Retention of Stem Cells by Pulsed Focused Ultrasound
Dr. Joseph A. Frank, National Institutes of Health, speaking at Stem Cells 2012.
Date Posted: Sunday, November 04, 2012
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