A new study using a mouse model finds that ASC transplantation may enhance bone regeneration in diabetic patients
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Brief reviews of recently published articles, organized by stem cell type.
A new study highlights the potential importance of the Klotho gene in the enhancement of adipose stem cell-based therapies
Researchers studying Zebrafish discover a genetic element which controls regenerative responses and show how this may be introduced into mammalian system to boost regeneration.
Using a simple conversion technique, researchers have generated hepatocytes from blood progenitors and have demonstrated their liver regeneration capacity in vivo
A new study describing the differentiation of retinal ganglion cells from human pluripotent stem cells may provide a new tool to study optic neuropathies
New research highlights the importance of alternative splicing at various stages of iPSC reprogramming
Research suggests that iPSCs generated from older patient samples are more likely to carry higher levels of mitochondrial DNA damage which could affect their therapeutic application
Researchers show that progenitors derived from human chondrocyte cultures can be used to effectively repair cartilage
Using patient specific induced pluripotent stem cells, a new study shows that cell-based treatments for deafness may be a future possibility
New research suggests that surgery which spares resident stem cells can improve visual function following cataract removal