Researchers describe the existence of a quiescent primitive neural stem cell type that can proliferate and replenish definitive neural stem cells when required
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Brief reviews of recently published articles, organized by stem cell type.
A comparative study indicates that immature dopaminergic neurons derived from hPSCs represent the ideal cell type for replacement therapy in Parkinson’s Disease
A new study into colorectal cancer suggests that targeting FBXW7 may increase the sensitivity of cancer stem cells to commonly employed chemotherapeutics
A new study demonstrates the guidance of neural stem cell migration in the mammalian brain employing applied electric fields
A pilot study indicates that adipose-derived regenerative cell transplantation may represent an efficient treatment for breast cancer-related...
A new study suggests that protection against axonal defects represents a new mechanism involved in MSC-treatment of early stage Parkinson’s Disease
A new study identifies unbalanced skin stem cell division as a driving force behind psoriasis and report immune modulation as a potential treatment option
Research indicates that hypothalamic neurons innervate regional-specific SVZ-NSCs to produce neural cells in response to physiological status
Expansion and differentiation of cord blood in a bottle turning culture system may represent an effective large-scale means to produce human erythrocytes
A single-cell RNA sequencing study of liver organoids provides insight into the signaling processes that control three-dimensional organ development