Neural stem cells isolated from preterm infants may prompt the development of novel therapies that restore neurogliogenesis and attenuate neurocognitive deficits
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Brief reviews of recently published articles, organized by stem cell type.
Researchers identify the loss of glutathione S‐transferase theta 1 gene as a novel genomic DNA biomarker for human mesenchymal stem cell scalability
Corneal stromal stem cell therapy reverses liquid nitrogen-associated alterations in the cornea and restores corneal transparency and ameliorates vision loss
Implantation of NSCs in a Huntington's disease model significantly improves behavior and pathology via cell replacement and the induction of host cell regeneration
Wide-raging analyses support the safety of human embryonic stem cell‐derived retinal pigment epithelium generated by an optimized in vitro differentiation methodology
The H19 lncRNA mediates stroke‐augmented neurogenesis in neural stem cells through a mechanism involving chromatin remodeling proteins
A phase II clinical trial evaluates the efficacy of CD34-positive EPC treatment in improving renal function and clinical outcomes in chronic kidney disease patients
Homogenous populations of perivascular-like MSCs might exhibit more robust responses to inflammatory insult and provide a more “powerful” therapeutic approach
Lowering the intracellular pH can induce the maturation of endothelial cells derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells and hence enhance their regenerative potential
The RhoA-YAP-β‐catenin signaling axis senses and transduces mechanical cues from the extracellular matrix to promote the expansion of inner ear progenitor cells...