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Muscle stem cell regulation by the FoxM1 transcription factor functions through the regulation of the Snhg8 and Gm26917 long non-coding RNAs
Researchers discover that the inhibition of a lysine methyltransferase allows for the long-culture and amplification of human muscle stem cells
A new STEM CELLS study describes how two members of the regeneration-associated Notch signaling pathway combine to coordinate muscle stem cell regulation
A new soft fibrin culture substrate permits the selective expansion of muscle stem cells from bulk muscle tissue
A new study describing the magnetic sorting of smooth muscle progenitor cells derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells may promote their clinical application
A new study describes the importance of the KLF7 transcription factor in the regulation of muscle stem cell activity
New research finds that a post-translationally processed isoform of IGF-II may be able to promote muscle regeneration in the elderly by modulating the muscle stem cell microenvironment
Researchers identify a protein kinase vitally important to muscle stem cell function.
Supplementation of a simple laminin protein known to enhance muscle stem cell and overall muscle function may allow for an improved regenerative muscular response to exercise.
An improved gene correction strategy in muscle stem cells shows encouraging results in a mouse model of Duchene Muscular Dystrophy.
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