Leukemia researchers led by John Dick, Ph.D., FRS, have traced the origins of relapse in acute myeloid leukemia (AML) to rare therapy-resistant leukemia stem cells that are already present at diagnosis and before chemotherapy begins.
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Coverage of the latest news and updates from the field of stem cells.
A study led by scientists at Monash University has shown that a new therapy developed through stem cell technology holds promise as a treatment for chronic asthma.
Researchers have identified a unique feature of cancer stem cells that can be exploited to kill the deadly cells thought to be the reason that cancer comes back after therapy. Understanding this feature will be useful for delivering more targeted cancer therapeutics to the right patients.
Scientists used human pluripotent stem cells to generate human embryonic colons in a laboratory that function much like natural human tissues when transplanted into mice.
Compounds from grapes may kill colon cancer stem cells both in a petri dish and in mice, according to research from Penn State University.
An international team of researchers bioengineering human liver tissues uncovered previously unknown networks of genetic-molecular crosstalk that control the organ's developmental processes – greatly advancing efforts to generate healthy and usable human liver tissue from human pluripotent stem c
Researchers at the University of Twente’s Mira Research Institute have developed a chip that can capture and hold individual cells in the exact center of a minuscule hydrogel droplet. Their novel method keeps cells alive for multiple weeks, which makes it easier to study them.
New research conducted at the University of Kansas Medical Center could make treatment for gastrointestinal cancers safer — while also helping to mitigate the dangers of nuclear accidents and terrorist attacks.
The brain generates new neurons throughout life. A diversity of stimuli promotes stem cells in their niche to form neurons that migrate to their place of action. In an animal model Prof.
Patients with severe and end-stage heart failure have few treatment options available to them apart from transplants. That’s why the potential of stem cell therapy to regenerate damaged heart tissue has been attractive to researchers.