BETHESDA, MD (US), March 2021 — Scientists have genetically engineered immune cells, called myeloid cells, to precisely deliver an anticancer signal to organs where cancer may spread.
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MADRID (ES), Marcy 2021 — Scientists at the Proteomics Core Unit of the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO), headed by Javier Muñoz, Ph.D., have described the mechanisms involved in maintaining embryonic stem cells in the best possible state for their use in regenerati
BANGALORE (IN), March 2021 – The skin is the largest organ in the human body, and its outermost part, called the epidermis, is replenished every three weeks.
LOS ANGELES, CA (US), March 2021 — A team led by researchers at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) has identified a chemical cocktail that enables the production of large numbers of muscle stem cells, which can self-renew and give rise to all types of skeletal muscle
TOKYO (JP), March 2021 – Hair grows from stem cells residing in hair follicles. During aging, the capability of hair follicles to grow hair is successively lost, leading to hair thinning and ultimately hair loss.
SAN DIEGO, CA (US), March 2021 — A study led by researchers at the University of California San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering provides new insights for developing therapies for muscle disease, injury and atrophy.
Durham, NC (March 22, 2021) - The standard of treatment for bone tumors is often two-fold: surgery to remove the cancerous section followed by radiation therapy to ensure all the cancerous cells have been killed off.
LONDON (UK), March 2021 — An international collaboration between Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), the UCL GOS Institute of Child Health (UCL GOS ICH) and Harvard Medical School has shown that the beneficial effects of gene therapy can be seen decades after the transplanted bl
LUND (SE), March 2021 — Researchers at Lund University have designed a new bioink that allows small, human-sized airways to be 3D-bioprinted with the help of patient cells for the first time.
WASHINGTON, DC, March 2021 — Cardiovascular disease remains the number one cause of death globally. Unfortunately, the heart cannot regenerate new tissue because the cardiomyocytes, or heart muscle cells, do not divide after birth.