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Telomere Extension Turns Back Aging Clock In Cultured Cells
Researchers delivered a modified RNA that encodes a telomere-extending protein to cultured human cells. Cell proliferation capacity was dramatically increased, yielding large numbers of cells for study.
Nanodiamonds Deliver Cancer Drug To Kill Chemoresistant Cancer Stem Cells More Effectively
Delivery of Epirubicin by nanodiamonds resulted in a normally lethal dosage of Epirubicin becoming a safe and effective dosage for treatment of liver cancer.
New Revolutionary Culturing Technique for Liver and Pancreas
Culturing of mini-guts from single mouse intestine stem cells.
Bone Stem Cells Shown To Regenerate Bone And Cartilage In Adult Mice
Cells could be exploited to treat osteoarthritis and osteoporosis.
Novogen Announces Important Discovery in Regenerative Medicine Program
A key proof-of-concept step to develop drugs capable of stimulating the function of brain tissue stem cells.
Researchers Grow Functional Tissue-Engineered Intestine from Human Cells
Regenerative medicine technique brings surgeons one step closer to helping patients.
Defining Stages Of Stem Cell Reprogramming
Method developed by UCLA researchers to define the stages of stem cell reprogramming.
Discovery Links Shift In Metabolism To Stem Cell Renewal
Mouse cells exposed to the metabolite alpha-ketoglutarate became more likely to renew themselves.
Reprogramming Stem Cells May Prevent Cancer After Radiation
Study published in the journal Stem Cells.
Bad Luck of Random Mutations Plays Predominant Role in Cancer, Study Shows
Statistical modeling links cancer risk with number of stem cell divisions.
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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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