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Adult Stem Cells

Describing the Role of Sox2 in the Murine Adult Prostate

Lineage tracing experiments in a mouse model postulates Sox2+ cells as a castration‐resistant cell type that contribute to the regeneration of the prostate

Olfactory Stem Cell Transplantation: An Effective New Strategy for Facial Nerve Damage Repair?

A new study reports that transplanted neonatal mouse olfactory stem cells within a gelatin hydrogel improve recovery in a mouse model of facial nerve damage

New Cell Markers in the Meibomian Gland Reveal All!

Taking clues from the sebaceous gland, researchers now report on biomarkers specific for progenitors and differentiated cells in the human meibomian glands

First Isolation of Human Skeletal Stem Cells: The Key to Regenerative Approaches for Skeletal Disorder Treatment?

Employing clues from the mouse, researchers now report on the isolation, characterization, and potential applications of the human skeletal stem cell

Can Low Oxygen Unleash the Full Regenerative Capacity of the Adult Mammalian Heart?

A new study finds that lowering oxygen concentrations can induce regeneration in the adult heart

A new type of stem cell found

"A new type of stem cell found"

Researchers at the University of California in San Francisco have identified a potentially new type of stem cell, which they have called endogenous pluripotent stem cells (ePS cells). This rare population of stem cells found in healthy adult human breast tissue express OCT3/4, SOX2, and NANOG at levels similar to human embryonic stem cells (hESCs) and show extensive lineage plasticity, with the ability to give rise to somatic cells including those typically found in cartilage, bone, gut, brain, pancreas and heart.

 

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