A new study by Kyoto University scientists has demonstrated the ability to produce some of the most potent anti-cancer immune cells for adoptive cell therapy (ACT) using induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) technology.
A new study of photoreceptor precursors derived from induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) has demonstrated their safety and therapeutic potential as a source of replacement for damaged cells for future clinical trials.
A team of researchers led by endocrinologists and biomedical engineers from the University of Washington School of Medicine in St. Louis and Cornell University has successfully demonstrated the possibility of implanting β-cells in diabetic mice using a miniature device. After the transplant, the cells secrete insulin in response to blood sugar levels and do not require immunosuppressants.
An experimental new stem cell therapy based on a single injection has the potential to repair brain damage and improve memory. A study by scientists from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) was conducted on mice with conditions that mimic human stroke and dementia.
Scientists from the United States have reported a breakthrough in the field of medicine – the creation of an embryo that is partly human and partly monkey. However, researchers talk about serious ethical issues that need to be addressed before the discovery can be used in practice.
In a new study, scientists from Japan have demonstrated that activating just eight genes is enough to produce gene-control proteins that convert mouse stem cells directly into oocyte-like cells capable of maturation and even fertilization.
Mini lungs grown from stem cells have helped to better understand the mechanism of lung damage in COVID-19. The researchers were able to detail the mechanisms behind SARS-CoV-2 infection and early innate immune response in the lungs.
In Australia, for the first time in history a clinical trial using induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) was conducted to treat 15 patients with an immune disorder known as graft versus host disease (GvHD).
An international team of researchers has made the unexpected discovery of a new type of stem cells that can help create a treatment for disorders of placenta formation and function during pregnancy.
A study by scientists from the University of California at Davis Health showed that blocking the inflammation-related enzyme sEH allows stem cells to repair damaged heart tissue.
Stem cell therapy
- The combination of gene therapy and stem cell therapy has shown long-term success in treating rare skin disease30.12.2021 - 01:34
- Stem cells use fat to fight infection18.12.2021 - 01:04
- Xenobots created a year ago from stem cells have learned to reproduce12.12.2021 - 00:41
- The therapeutic potential of mesenchymal stem cell vesicles could be increased tenfold05.12.2021 - 21:06
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