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Engineered Human Cardiac Microtissues

Researchers highlights the development of in vitro cardiac tissue models towards a better understanding of cardiac function, pathology, and therapeutic responses

Augmenting Cardiac Stem Cell Therapies

Stem cell membrane reengineering aims to improve efficacy and reduce off‐target effects by improving homing and retention in the myocardium

Deep Learning and scRNA-seq in Regenerative Medicine

A new review discusses the benefits to research of deep learning methods combined with single‐cell RNA sequencing technology

Benefits and Obstacles to Neonatal Cell Therapy

Researchers introduce an evidence‐based approach to mitigate the risks associated with translating cell‐based therapies into vulnerable patients

ERBB2 and YAP1 Combine to Drive Adult Cardiac Regeneration

Crosstalk between the ERBB2–NRG1 signaling and the Hippo-YAP1 mechanotransduction pathways controls cardiac regeneration in the adult mouse

Fibroblast-derived EVs Promote Wound Healing

Fibroblast-derived extracellular vesicle may find use as a cell-free candidate for wound healing therapies. 

Cell Therapy in Huntington's Disease

A new review article proposes ways to improve future stem cell trials in Huntington's disease, thereby increasing their chance for success

Neurotrophic Effects of Decellularized Scaffolds Aid Muscle Regeneration

A new study reports the intrinsic neurotrophic properties of decellularized scaffolds, thereby supporting their application in muscle regeneration approaches

New Platform Evaluates the Risk of Plastic Pollution to Human Health

A new platform underscores the importance of understanding the bioactivity of nanoplastics and helps to describe the potential implications to human health

Regenerative Medicine and COVID-19

A Perspective article evaluates some of the promising regenerative medicine‐based therapies for treating COVID‐19 and presents some of the collective technologies and resources available


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