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New research suggests that NSCs transplanted into the dentate gyrus of the hippocampus function well in both young and old mice
Delineating how miRNAs regulate neural stem cell differentiation in the hope of creating effective regenerative strategies
A new study finds that neural stem cells directly differentiated from fibroblasts may be an important part of an improved strategy to treat aggressive brain tumors
A new study suggests that paracrine signaling from NSCs may be useful in the treatment of multiple sclerosis
A new study shows that modified neural stem cells can effectively target and inhibit the growth of brain metastases and enhance survival in a mouse model of breast cancer.
Researchers find that neural stem cells derived from induced pluripotent stem cells may represent an important new strategy for the treatment of acute stroke.
Detailed analysis in mice finds that the main mode by which neural stem cells mediate recovery after spinal cord injury is through the remyelination of damaged host axons.
A new study in a clinically relevant non-human primate model finds that neural stem/progenitor cells mediate functional recovery after transplantation into the injured spinal cord
Researchers find that pharmacologically active microcarriers which mediate the release of Neurotrophin 3 improve stem cell treatment in a model of Parkinsons’ Disease
Stem cell therapy in humans currently relies on the use of immunosuppressants to ensure long-term cell survival and function.
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