A new study suggests that the blood anticoagulant factor Pros1 also plays a dual role as a regulator of neural stem cell quiescence and cell fate determination.
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Brief reviews of recently published articles, organized by stem cell type.
A new study shows that the loss of a single microRNA is sufficient to endow mouse pluripotent stem cells with totipotent characteristics
A new study demonstrates that a metalloproteinase secreted by mesenchymal stem cells can effectively degrade the -synuclein aggregates associated with Parkinson’s Disease
A new study describes a new synthetic hybrid molecule that can selectively target and eliminate pluripotent cells and reduce the tumorigenic threat of cell transplantation strategies
Combined electrical and mechanical stimulation enhances cardiac progenitor-based repair strategies following heart attack
Researchers describe a small molecule-mediated strategy to mobilize tooth pulp stem cells and repair large tooth lesions
New research discovers a means to boost the growth and function of endothelial cells derived from human pluripotent stem cells
Researchers discover that modulation of a nutrient-sensing pathway can induce a “paused” state of pluripotency
A new study shows how the stromal vascular fraction of adipose tissue may represent an exciting new way to treat the symptoms of severe multiple sclerosis
New research into in vivo reprogramming highlights cellular senescence as an important regulator