Treatment with extracellular vesicles derived from lithium-preconditioned MSCs prompts neuroprotection and neuroregeneration following experimental stroke
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Brief reviews of recently published articles, organized by stem cell type.
Mouse skin fibroblasts represent an exciting alternative to mesenchymal stem cells for the isolation of extracellular vesicles that promote full‐thickness wound healing
A combination of eight transcription factors that orchestrate oocyte growth can also prompt the conversion of mouse embryonic stem cells into oocyte-like cells
A multimaterial scaffold combined with Wharton’s jelly-derived MSCs exhibit huge promise in the treatment of critical-sized bone defects
Bone marrow-derived leptomeningeal myeloid progenitors may provide a platform for a better understanding of CNS surveillance and local immune cell production
A small-molecule compound that activates mitochondrial respiration can rescue defects to neuronal differentiation in iPSCs carrying mutant mitochondrial DNA
While transplanted human iPSC-derived skeletal muscle cells become infiltrated by immune cells after transplantation, this does not negatively impact engraftment
The ASC secretome may lengthen heart storage time before significant deterioration, thereby increasing the number of available hearts for transplantation
A study reports a microfluidic “heart-on-a-chip” system and its validation via an analysis of responses...
Amniotic fluid stem cell-derived exosomal microRNAs activate pro‐survival and anti‐apoptotic pathways in a cell-based ischemia/reperfusion-injury model system