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Brief reviews of recently published articles, organized by stem cell type.

February 10, 2020 | Mesenchymal Stem Cells

A new study reports on the effects of tunable hydrogels on the regenerative capacity of MSCs, and how we may exploit this relationship to improve wound healing

February 10, 2020 | ESCs/iPSCs

The generation of induced pluripotent stem cell employing the lentiviral transduction of Sox2, Klf4, and Myc only generates cells with improved developmental potential

February 7, 2020 | Placental Stem Cells

Placental and amniotic fluid stem cells display potent immunomodulatory capabilities and represent an optimal cell type for therapeutic approaches to inflammatory disease

February 7, 2020 | Mesenchymal Stem Cells

mDia2 retains mesenchymal stem cells in a multipotent state and represents an exciting tool that can be employed to query nuclear actin‐lamin nucleoskeletal structure

February 7, 2020 | ESCs/iPSCs

A new organoid generation protocol may provide the means to generate powerful in vitro models to study therapeutic approaches to a range of liver diseases and disorders

February 2, 2020 | Adipose Stem Cells

Researchers track the fate of adipose-derived MSCs to establish that both systemic and local administration routes permitted significantly enhanced wound repair...

February 2, 2020 | Neural Stem Cells

New findings highlight a significant role for an EGFR‐ERK-TRIM32 axis as a controlling mechanism behind nerve regeneration after spinal cord injury

February 2, 2020 | ESCs/iPSCs

Alteration of fibroblast composition and increased inflammatory cytokine secretion during aging drives reprogramming variability in vitro and wound healing rate in vivo

January 27, 2020 | Amniotic Stem Cells

Positive outcomes observed in a large animal model provide evidence for the translational value of amnion membrane-derived treatments...

January 27, 2020 | ESCs/iPSCs

A detailed evaluation of the expression levels of connexin genes in pluripotent stem cells reveals that connexin levels depend on the stem cell state