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NEXT-GENERATION stem cell therapy has brought scientists a step closer to a treatment for thousands of people with macular degeneration. US researchers have successfully transplanted specialised retinal cells grown from embryonic stem cells into the …
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Washington: Scientists, including an Indian-origin, have revealed that stem cells from the pelvic bone may help the heart beat stronger. Doctors and other clinicians at the Orlando Health Heart Institute are researching the use of stem cells from …
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A new UCLA study demonstrates for the first time that stem cells can be genetically engineered to form immune cells that target HIV and effectively suppress the virus in living tissue. The study, published April 12 in the journal PLoS Pathogens, …
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In a new study, scientists have expanded on previous research that had provided proof-of-principal that human stem cells can be genetically engineered into HIV-fighting cells. This time, they have demonstrated that these cells can actually attack …
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By engineering stem cells to be immune to HIV, scientists at UCLA have developed a method for targeting and suppressing cells in the body that contain HIV proteins. The researchers took “the ‘killer’ T cells that help fight infection from an …
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WASHINGTON: In a major breakthrough in the fight against AIDS, scientists claim to have for the first time shown that human stem cells can be genetically engineered to seek out and kill HIV-infected cells in a living organism …
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By On Top Magazine Staff Researchers at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) have developed stem cells that can kill HIV in mice. UCLA researchers announced that they have genetically engineered stem cells to kill HIV, the virus that …
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Stem cells from the pelvic bone may help hearts beat stronger. Doctors and other clinicians at the Orlando Health Heart Institute are researching the use of stem cells from pelvic bone marrow to restore tissue and improve heart function after muscle …
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Within minutes, brain cells begin to die.In the United States alone, stroke is the third leading cause of death, killing about 137000 people each year. Approximately 795000 people will suffer from some form of stroke this year …
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By Lorie Johnson Adult stem cells could be a new weapon in the fight against America’s number one killer: heart disease. Heart failure occurs when the heart doesn’t pump enough blood to the rest of the body, often resulting in death …
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