A new study describes the role of the inhibitor-of-apoptosis protein family member Survivin in the survival and function of mesenchymal stem cells
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Brief reviews of recently published articles, organized by stem cell type.
Researchers describe how modulating glycan-mediated growth factor association and signaling can maintain mESCs in a pluripotent state
A new study suggests that resveratrol-like compounds that can target multiple mRNA splicing factors may reverse the signs of cellular aging
A new study suggests that PPARα-laden membrane microparticles can reverse loss function of endothelial progenitor cells in a mouse model of metabolic syndrome
The efficient production of specialized endothelial cells from pluripotent stem cells may accelerate the construction of a reliable blood-brain barrier model
Researchers describe a robust and simple means to assess quality control in cultures of human embryonic stem cell cultures: intact cell mass spectrometry fingerprinting
A new three-dimensional in vitro model of liver tumorigenesis may provide an efficient means to study cancer development and create new and effective therapies.
New comparative study highlights the utility of human pluripotent stem cell-derived organoids in studies of kidney development and kidney disease
A new trial in children with cerebral palsy suggests that autologous cord blood infusions may have the potential to improve motor function
Researchers studying hematopoietic failure in acute myeloid leukemia highlight an unexpected role for adipocytes and in doing so discover a new treatment strategy