3-D tissue printing using stem cells can help keep astronauts healthy until they land on Mars. In the framework of the project of the European Space Agency (ESA) using the method of bioprinting has been received the first samples of skin and bone.
American scientists have described a previously unknown regulatory mechanism that controls the differentiation of stem cells into neurons. Impaired of this process during embryonic development, causes syndrome of fragile X-chromosome — the most common hereditary intellectual impairment in children.
The results obtained on the model of mice with loss of smell, demonstrate the successful application of the new method, which can potentially be widely used for a number of clinical conditions that cause the loss of smell.
Cell biologists have shed light on the initial stages of the transformation of stem cells into specialized cells. The obtained data demonstrate the effect of protein activity on the control of the further fate of stem cells.
Scientists from Yale have developed a new cell-free method for treating the effects of a heart attack on the basis of secreted stem cell compounds.
Research, conducted by biologists at the Florida State University, can totally change the understanding of the process of differentiation of embryonic stem cells into specialized cells of the body.
Scientists from England have developed a technology that in the future will help create a new generation of smart surgical adhesives and dressings for chronic wounds. The technique is based on changing the membranes of mesenchymal stem cells to effectively “weld” the cells together.
Scientists from China have found that transplantation of adipose mesenchymal stem cells improves metabolism and reduces inflammation in mice.
A new study led US scientist has demonstrated the ability to edit stem cell genes not in a dish, but directly in their natural habitat. The results are important for biotechnology research and the development of therapeutic agents for the treatment of genetic diseases.
Researchers have developed a technology that will allow obtaining large amounts of stem cells from just a few milliliters of blood in a short time. Scientists have also found that the resulting stem cells can create new and replace damaged cells within blood vessels. This technique will help prevent a number of vascular diseases, including heart attacks, kidney disease, blindness, and amputations in people with diabetes.
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