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Coverage of the latest news and updates from the field of stem cells and regenerative medicine.

October 8, 2020

CAMBRIDGE, MA (US), October 2020 — Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is a serious infection that affects nearly 50 percent of Americans aged 30 years and older. If left unchecked, periodontal disease can destroy the jawbone and lead to tooth loss.

October 8, 2020

MINNEAPOLIS, MN (US), October 2020 — In September 2015, the U.S.

October 5, 2020

BIRMINGHAM, AL (US), October 2020 — Science has long known that recovery from experimental heart attacks is improved by injection of a mixture of heart muscle cells, endothelial cells and smooth muscle cells, yet results have been limited by poor engraftment and retention, and re

October 5, 2020

Stockholm (SE), October 2020 — Spinal cord injury often leads to permanent functional impairment.

October 1, 2020

LONDON (UK), September 2020 — The first stages of placental development take place days before the embryo starts to form in human pregnancies, according to a new study led by researchers at the Francis Crick Institute, London.

October 1, 2020

STOCKHOLM (SE), September 2020 — New knowledge on the cellular makeup and growth of teeth can expedite developments in regenerative dentistry – a biological therapy for damaged teeth – as well as the treatment of tooth sensitivity.

September 28, 2020

TSUKUBA (JP), September 2020 — Normal brain development requires a precise interplay between neuronal and non-neuronal (also called glial) cells.

September 28, 2020

MADISON, WI (US), September 2020 — The mature brain is infamously bad at repairing itself following damage like that caused by trauma or strokes, or from degenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s.

September 25, 2020

TOKYO (JP), September 2020 — Heart development as it happens in vivo, or in a living organism, is a complex process that has traditionally been difficult to mimic in vitro, or in the laboratory.

September 23, 2020

CLAYTON, VIC (AU), September 2020 — An international collaboration involving Monash University and Duke-NUS researchers has led to an unexpected world-first stem cell discovery that may yield new treatments for placenta complications during pregnancy.

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