The generation of a new reporter human embryonic stem cell line may potentiate the production of cells used to treat visual loss in humans
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Brief reviews of recently published articles, organized by stem cell type.
Using a stage matching approach, researchers functionally validate the in vivo pluripotency of human pluripotent stem cells via chimera formation
Treatment with ITGB1-modified endothelial cells leads to enhanced migration and improvement in angiogenesis in a mouse model of peripheral artery disease.
Researchers discover a means to selectively ablate senescent cells and, in doing so, find that this can rejuvenate stem cell populations
Researchers demonstrate that tissue damage repair by human MSCs may be an interesting strategy for the treatment of human prostate cancer patients
Researchers boost platelet production from cord blood hematopoietic stem/progenitor cells using a defined 3D culture system
Newly devised culture strategy could aid the study and treatment of multiple psychiatric disorders.
New research uncovers small molecule drugs with the capacity to induce skeletal muscle differentiation from human pluripotent stem cells sources
Researchers discover that inhibiting the expression of a specific micro-RNA can rejuvenate mesenchymal stem cells
A new study shakes the hematopoietic foundations and reveals a new view of how blood is formed in mice.