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Feb. 26, 2013 — Scientists have used sugar-coated scaffolding to move a step closer to the routine use of stem cells in the clinic and unlock their huge potential to cure diseases from Alzheimer’s to diabetes.
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In the seven years since their discovery, induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells have transformed basic research and won a Nobel prize. Now, a Japanese study is about to test the medical potential of these cells for the first time. Made by reprogramming …
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Researchers have created a new sugar-coated scaffold which can be used to selectively differentiate embryonic stem cells into many different types of somatic cells.

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Fleetwood, PA (PRWEB) February 26, 2013. Many new advances in stem cell and telomerase technology open the possibility to de-age a person’s skin and body without pain and down time. Up until now, patients had to see a plastic surgeon or dermatologist …

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Modern methods under the international standards for extracting, testing, processing and storage of stem cells for medical purposes have been carried out successfully in Bulgaria BULGEN Tissue Bank for seven years now, press centre of the tissue bank …

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Scientists in the UK are working on a ground-breaking new program to help find suitable stem cell matches for British Asians. The Anthony Nolan Trust estimates that people from Asian backgrounds have only a 40% chance of finding a match, compared with …
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Scientists in London are working on a new project to help find stem cell matches for British Asians more quickly. The programme will focus on Asian donors because they are severely under-represented on the donor register. The Anthony Nolan Trust …
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Now, physician-scientists in the Pape Family Pediatric Research Institute at OHSU Doernbecher Children`s Hospital, Portland, Ore., along with investigators at the Hubrecht Institute for Developmental Biology and Stem Cell Research, Utrecht, Netherlands …
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Study Highlights: In the first human study of its kind, researchers activated heart failure patients’ stem cells with gene therapy to improve their symptoms, heart …
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CHAMPAIGN, lll. — From the point of view of its ultimate (human) host, the parasitic flatworm Schistosoma mansoni has a gruesome way of life. It hatches in feces-tainted water, grows into a larva in the body of a snail and then burrows through human …
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