Researchers define an optimal population of rat meniscus tendon tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cells for use in meniscus repair and osteoarthritis suppression
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Brief reviews of recently published articles, organized by stem cell type.
Research highlights the requirement for constant β‐catenin degradation via adenomatous polyposis coli activity to support human embryonic stem cell self-renewal
Culture of pluripotent stem cells within a microfluidic platform allows the exploration of the developmental processes taking place in the early human embryo
A comparison of limbal stem cell deficiency treatment approaches highlights autologous limbal stem cell transplantation as the optimal strategy for visual function recovery
Induced pluripotent stem cell therapy reduces endothelial cell leakage after acute lung injury through a pathway involving TIMP‐1 and the FAK/Snail pathway
A short-term co-stimulation blockade to modulate T-cell activation allows for the engraftment of glial-restricted progenitor allografts in the mouse central nervous system
Anti-Smurf1 GapmeRs combine with biocompatible scaffolds that sustainably release BMP-2 as a safe, effective, and clinically translatable means to treat critical size bone fractures
New research suggests that CCR7-overexpressing human ASCs possess a greater immunomodulatory capacity and enhance the survival of vascularized composite allotransplants
Generation of PSC-derived neuruloids hopes to provide insight into human development and a range of poorly understood human genetic diseases and pediatric cancers
Researchers employ a computational modeling technique to...