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Monkeys With Parkinson's Disease Successfully Treated With Human Stem Cell Transplants

News   Aug 31, 2017 | Original Story from CIRA, Kyoto University Japan

 
Human Dopaminergic Stem Cells Function in Primate Parkinson's Disease Model

Monkeys show reduced Parkinsonian symptoms following a donor-matched iPS cell-based therapy. Misaki Ouchida, Center for iPS Cell Research and Application, Kyoto University

 
 
 

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