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Researchers at the University of Birmingham, UK, led by Dr. Ben Scheven, Dr. Wendy Leadbeater and Ben Mead have discovered that stem cells isolated from the teeth, termed dental pulp stem cells (DPSC), can protect retinal ganglion cells (RGCs) from death following injury and promote regeneration of their axons along the optic nerve.
GeneCell International’s Director of Operations continues to highlight the importance of cord blood banking among the community by providing further educational discussions in South Florida
Director of Operations of GeneCell International continues to highlight the importance of cord blood banking among the minority community by providing further educational programs in South Florida
Director of Operations of GeneCell International, Jose Cirino, Stresses the Need for Increase in Marrow Among the Minority Community via the Breakthrough of Future Medicine, Cord Blood Stem Cells
The Future of Regenerative Medicine: Dental Pulp Stem Cells and Dental Pulp Stem Cell Banking MIAMI, Florida (PRWEB) February 25, 2013 GeneCell
Director of Operations to GeneCell International continues to highlight the importance of cord blood banking among the Minority Community by providing further educational programs to ensure expecting
First and Only Umbilical Cord Blood Processing and Cryogenic Storage Laboratory in Miami Aims to Increase Stem Cell Awareness by Expanding into other Latin American Countries. Miami,
A newly discovered and flourishing pool of stem cells in the heart has the ability for long-term expansion, and can form a variety of cell types, including muscle, bone, neural and heart cells.
Researchers have identified a new and relatively abundant pool of stem cells in the heart.
One of the most common causes of disability in young adults is spinal cord injury. Currently, there is no proven reparative treatment.
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