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SAN DIEGO and OTTAWA, Ontario, Oct. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Fate Therapeutics, Inc.
Novel scientific research and a niche business accelerator offer stem cell researchers and companies worldwide a fast track to commercialization DETROIT, Sept.
For most people, wisdom teeth are not much more than an annoyance that eventually needs to be removed -- however, a new study shows that wisdom teeth contain a valuable reservoir of tissue for the creation of stem cells.
Stem cells might be thought of as trunks in the tree of life.
YOKOHAMA, Japan, September 1, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- ReproCELL, Inc.
We've all heard about the potential medical benefits of stem cells -- Now, researchers have created a synthetic surface that allows stem cells to stay alive and continue reproducing for at least three months.
Whitehead Institute research shows human embryonic stem cells and reprogrammed adult cells exhibit very few differences.
Scientists at the Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease (GICD) have found a new way to make beating heart cells from the body's own cells that could help regenerate damaged hearts.
Australian scientists from the Monash Institute of Medical Research have "reprogrammed" adult mouse fat cells and neural cells to become stem cells that can differentiate into a variety of different cells (pluripotency).
Scientists at the UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center have described a population of cells that mark the very first stage of differentiation of human embryonic stem cells as they enter a developmental pathway that leads to production of blood, heart muscle, blood vessels and bone.
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