LOS ANGELES, CA (US), April 2021 — A one-time injection of an experimental stem cell therapy can repair brain damage and improve memory function in mice with conditions that replicate human strokes and dementia, according to a new study by researchers at the University
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Coverage of the latest news and updates from the field of stem cells and regenerative medicine.
STANFORD, CA (US), April 2021 — Researchers have determined a way to potentially minimize or eliminate scarring in wounded skin, by further decoding the scar-promoting role of a specific class of dermal fibroblast cells in mice.
LUND (SE), April 2021 — People with type 2 diabetes tend to have poorer muscle function than others.
KOBE (JP), April 2021 — In their effort to understand the very earliest stages of life and how they can go wrong, scientists are confronted with ethical issues surrounding the use of human embryos.
WUHAN (CN), April 2021 — A 3D biomaterial scaffold design to slowly release stem cells has worked to ensure implanted stem cells stick around to relieve pain and reverse arthritis in mice knee joints.
MELBOURNE (AU), April 2021 — Using a new single-cell technique, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI) researchers have uncovered a way to understand the programming behind how stem cells make particular cell types.
PARIS (FR), April 2021 — In all adult vertebrates, neural stem cells can be recruited to produce new neurons in the brain.
VIENNA, (AT), April 2021 — Researchers at IMBA – Institute of Molecular Biotechnology of the Austrian Academy of Sciences – have demonstrated that different viruses can lead to brain malformations through diverse mechanisms by using human brain organoid models.
EXETER (UK), April 2021 — Pioneering research led by experts from the University of Exeter’s Living Systems Institute has provided new insight into formation of the human embryo. The team of researchers discovered a unique regenerative property of cells in the early human em
MELBOURNE (AU), April 2021 — An international research team led by Monash University has uncovered a new technique that could speed up recovery from bone replacements by altering the shape and nucleus of individual stem cells.