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New insights into cardiac stem cells could lead to heart regeneration therapies

University of Arizona researchers Churko and colleagues describe new findings of gene expression patterns in cardiac stem cells, which could be used to create...

Using neural stem cells to treat spinal cord injuries

A recent article in Nature Methods describes a protocol for differentiating embryonic stem cells into spinal cord neural stem cells and demonstrated their ability to...

Can retinal cells developed from embryonic stem cells improve vision loss?

A research group in California tested whether embryonic stem-cell-derived retinal cells and a scaffold implant could improve vision loss.Between 10-20% of the adult population...

Can stem cells help treat age-related macular degeneration?

Macular degeneration is a common cause of vision loss in older people. Doctors recently tested a new surgical technique using stem cells that may...

Researchers Use Human Stem Cells to Repair Damaged Body Parts

A new review highlights the recent advances in grafting human stem cells into tissue engineering to repair and regenerate human body parts.Stem cell research...

Can Stem Cells Stop Aging?

Aging is a natural process that is the cumulative effect of genetic and environmental damage to our bodies and DNA. Stem cells found within...

Plant Stem Cells for Anti-Aging Organic Cosmetics

Plant stem cells are an area of interest for organic cosmetics. Researchers determine how they can be harnessed effectively for anti-aging purposes.Like many organisms,...

Using Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Dental Medicine

As our understanding and ability to manipulate stem cells grows, they are becoming increasingly used in clinical applications. Researchers outlined potential uses of mesenchymal...

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