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A New York Stem Cell Foundation (NYSCF) scientist has shown in new research that human embryonic stem cells can be used to grow bone tissue grafts for use in research and potential medical applications.
Aruna Biomedical, Inc., the exclusive worldwide commercial licensee of stem cell technology developed at the University of Georgia (UGA), announced today that the US Patent and Trademark Office
New research findings show that embryonic stem cells unable to fully compact the DNA inside them cannot complete their primary task: differentiation into specific cell types that give rise to the various types of tissues and structures in the body.
Stem cells derived from neural crest could be ideal for researchers in studying how cells affect development and disease.
A research team has identified epigenetic signatures, markers on DNA that control transient changes in gene expression, within reprogrammed skin cells.