Researchers from The University of California, Berkeley, US, have discovered a new molecular pathway that have crucial role in the aging process. They showed that when decelerating activity of mitochondria in mouse blood stem cells increased stress resistance of cells and rejuvenates old blood. Results are published March 20, 2015 in the journal Science.
Scientists from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, have successfully created ‘mini-lungs’ using stem cells derived from skin cells of patients with cystic fibrosis. Obtained model can be used for clinical trials and testing of new drugs. The results published March 10, 2015, in the journal Stem Cells and Development.
Scientists from the University of Manchester, UK grew and successfully transplanted cartilage tissue derived from embryonic stem cells. This technology can be used in the future for the treatment of osteoarthritis. The results of the work published in the journal Stem Cells Translational Medicine.
American scientists for the first time turned stem cells into neurons that regulate appetite. Created model based on the resulting cells will help in the study of neurophysiology weight control and testing of new treatments for obesity. Materials of research are published in the February issue of Journal of Clinical Investigation.
Two men with HIV infection may have been cured after they were treated for leukemia with stem cells, as their doctors at the International AIDS Conference in Kuala Lumpur claim.
Reprogramming adult cells into stem cells has become a great aim since so-called induced pluripotent (iPS) cells were first investigated in 2006. However it is a well-known fact that using gene manipulations to achieve this aim can be dangerous due to possible mutations or cancer Recently researchers have found a way to solve the problem.
People with serious liver disorders get a new hope. Researchers from Japan have struggled a mother Nature by growing small segments of functioning human liver in a dish.
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