New findings highlight a significant role for an EGFR‐ERK-TRIM32 axis as a controlling mechanism behind nerve regeneration after spinal cord injury
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Brief reviews of recently published articles, organized by stem cell type.
Alteration of fibroblast composition and increased inflammatory cytokine secretion during aging drives reprogramming variability in vitro and wound healing rate in vivo
Positive outcomes observed in a large animal model provide evidence for the translational value of amnion membrane-derived treatments...
A detailed evaluation of the expression levels of connexin genes in pluripotent stem cells reveals that connexin levels depend on the stem cell state
A new culture strategy may allow for improved hematopoietic outcomes following cord blood transplants in patients undergoing myeloablative therapy
Researchers define an optimal population of rat meniscus tendon tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cells for use in meniscus repair and osteoarthritis suppression
Research highlights the requirement for constant β‐catenin degradation via adenomatous polyposis coli activity to support human embryonic stem cell self-renewal
Culture of pluripotent stem cells within a microfluidic platform allows the exploration of the developmental processes taking place in the early human embryo
A comparison of limbal stem cell deficiency treatment approaches highlights autologous limbal stem cell transplantation as the optimal strategy for visual function recovery
Induced pluripotent stem cell therapy reduces endothelial cell leakage after acute lung injury through a pathway involving TIMP‐1 and the FAK/Snail pathway