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Why neural stem cells may be vulnerable to Zika infection
Cell Press. (2016, March 30). Why neural stem cells may be vulnerable to Zika infection. ScienceDaily. Retrieved March 30, 2016 from …
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How Cancer Stem Cells Thrive When Oxygen Is Scarce
are considered a major roadblock to successful cancer treatment. The new research, suggesting that low-oxygen conditions spur growth through the same …
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Why Neural Stem Cells May Be Vulnerable To Zika Infection
Zika’s hypothesized attraction to human neural stem cells may come from its ability to hijack a protein found on the surface of these cells, …
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Cesca Therapeutics’ Indian Subsidiary Expands Cord Blood Banking Services To Additional Hospitals In The Fortis Healthcare Network
Umbilical cord blood is a rich source of hematopoietic stem cells, …
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Scientific Breakthrough: Researchers Create A New Type Of Stem Cell That Has Half A Genome
In what many call a breakthrough discovery, Israeli and American scientists have succeeded in generating a …
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Scientists develop new human stem cells with half a genome
Derived from a female egg, the stem cells are the first human cells known to be capable of cell division with just one copy of the parent …
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Embattled stem cell scientist says charges against him false
Italian scientist Dr. Paolo Macchiarini was once considered a pioneer in regenerative medicine, credited with creating the world’s first …
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Stem cell therapy reverses age-related osteoporosis in mice
Imagine telling a patient suffering from age-related (type-II) osteoporosis that a single injection of stem cells could restore their normal …
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Scientists regenerate spinal cord in injured rats with stem cells
With patches of stem cells on their broken spinal cords, partially paralyzed rats once again reached out and grabbed distant treats, …
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