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★ The Stem Cell Documentary: A Look at the Present, a Peak into the Future - ft. Yong
GOAL - 1000 VIEWS BY JANUARY 15TH!Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society - Alpha Epislon Zeta chapter presents:- The Stem Cell Documentary: A Look at the Present, a P...
Researchers regrow hair, cartilage, bone, soft tissues: Enhancing cell metabolism key to tissue repair
Young animals are known to repair their tissues effortlessly, but can this capacity be recaptured in adults? A new study suggests that it can. By reactivating a dormant gene called Lin28a, which is active in embryonic stem cells, researchers were able to regrow hair and repair cartilage, bone, skin and other soft tissues in a mouse model.
Arthritis: Spotlight on Stem Cell Research - Mark Genovese
(Part 2 of 5) Mark Genovese, M.D., spoke at the "Spotlight on Arthritis," an educational event presented at the CIRM Governing Board meeting on January 30, 2...
Stem cells boost brain tumor treatments for some patients, study finds
Novel treatment protects bone marrow from chemotherapy's toxic side effects while making tumor cells more receptive to chemo
Stem Cells - Treatment for Spinal Cord Injury
T-6 spinal cord injury patient, Trish Stressman, speaks about her recovery from spinal cord injury after receiving a combination of stem cells harvested from...
First HIV-Positive Man Cured
On the heels of World AIDS Day comes a stunning medical breakthrough: Doctors believe an HIV-positive man who underwent a stem cell transplant has been c...
New Zealand scientists have made a breakthrough in stem cell research, taking a cure for Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease one step closer. While the study has found what is preventing some stem cells from becoming neurons, scientists at Auckland's University Centre for Brain Research have pinned down the culprit at a cellular level.
Scientists 3-D Print With Human Embryonic Stem Cells
3-D printers can produce gun parts, aircraft wings, food and a lot more, but this new 3-D printed product may be the craziest thing yet: human ...