At the recent Cell and Gene conference in Carlsbad, US, two papers were presented demonstrating a new experimental stem cell treatment.
A new study shows that hematopoietic stem cells respond urgently to Salmonella infection in the first few hours after infection, receiving support from bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells.
Changing gene activity in epidermal stem cells allowed scientists to effectively repair skin tissue.
A study by scientists from Switzerland showed that mouse tooth epithelial stem cells are able to form ducts and even alveolar epithelial cells that secrete milk when they transplanted into the mammary glands. This finding may help in tissue regeneration in breast cancer.
A new study has demonstrated that mesenchymal stem cell extract can improve the condition of mice with Sjogren’s syndrome, as well as reduce the infiltration of immune cells and the autoantibodies production.
In an article published in Nature Communications journal on October 17th, researchers from the Spanish National Cancer Centre (CINO) presented findings which support the theory of telomeres as the indicators of biological age. Read more
Researchers have developed an experimental stem cell-based therapy that boosts the number of lymphocytes that appears capable of fighting several forms of cancer.
Researchers have found that potassium ions help stem cells transform completely into mature, functional cardiomyocytes.
Researchers have developed a revolutionary approach to the treatment of cystic fibrosis, using mini-organs or ‘avatars’ obtained from the stem cells of patients to test the effect of the latest drugs on them.
An international team of researchers has found that the expression of many genes that were previously associated with autism is also observed in violent psychopathy. Scientists used stem cells to analyze the expression of genes and proteins in the brain cells of psychopathic criminals.
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