CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (US), July 2021 — The tiny mouse embryo has a heart that beats. Its muscles, blood vessels, gut and nervous system are beginning to develop.
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KLOSTERNEUBURG(AT), June 2021 — To understand the role an individual gene plays in development, degeneration and disease, for a hundred years biologists have been using a trick of nature: While in principle, the genome in all cells of an organism is the same, mutations can and do
NEUHERBERG (DE), June 2021 — Gastrulation is the formation of the three principal germ layers – endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm.
PHOENIX, AZ (US), June 2021 — The human body contains approximately 200 different kinds of cells, including many kinds of stem cells that have the potential to turn into a variety of specialized cells.
SACRAMENTO, CA (US) — In a groundbreaking study, a team of University of California Davis researchers has discovered a special type of stem cell that can reduce the amount of the virus causing AIDS, boosting the body’s antiviral immunity and repairing and restoring the gut’s
WINSTON-SALEM, NC, (June 21, 2021) - The RegeneratOR Test Bed has officially launched, bringing together resources to advance the regenerative medicine field nationally and create an economic development engine for the region and the state overall.
PHILADELPHIA, PA (US), June 2021 — The SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19 may have the ability to reactivate dormant tuberculosis (TB).
HOUSTON, TX (US), June 2021 — Preclinical research from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center finds that although glioblastoma stem cells (GSCs) can be targeted by natural killer (NK) cells, they are able to evade immune attack by releasing the TFG-β signaling protein
HELSINKI (FI), June 2021 — Researchers at the University of Helsinki and the Beatson Institute for Cancer Research in Glasgow have discovered how mutated cells promote their chances to form cancer.