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STEM CELLS | STEM CELLS Translational Medicine
A new strategy to create patient specific induced pluripotent stem cells brings these cells closer to application in the clinic.
Researchers find that altering human ESC expansion medium can alter subsequent differentiation potential in a reversible manner
Nerve glial antigen 2 expressing neural cells-derived from ESCs may allow for delayed spinal cord regeneration through the penetration of the protective glial scar
For the first time, researchers have demonstrated the differentiation of specialized heart cells which help to keep the heart beating in a normal fashion
Researchers investigating signaling pathways which control pluripotency highlight newly found interactions and redundancies in mouse embryonic stem cells
Researchers show that stem cells extracted from teeth may be useful in the treatment of blindness.
Researchers demonstrate that currently used systems assessments of human iPSC immunogenicity are not sufficient.
Short term T-cell mediated immune response blockade promotes the functionality of hESC-derivative grafts in immune-competent mice.
Cheap and simple growth substrates are discovered to aid differentiation of stem cells as compared to more complex and expensive alternatives
A quick and easy differentiation protocol for neural stem cells and their derivatives from human induced pluripotent stem cells
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