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Many immortal cells lines continue dividing because they are derived from cancer cells; however, PICM-19 cells are derived from epiblast cells, the embryonic stem cells that form in the early stages of embryo development. This immortal cell line has …
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Mar. 1, 2013 — The removal of a genetic roadblock could improve the efficiency of converting adult cells into stem cells by 10 to 30 times, report scientists from The Methodist Hospital Research Institute and two other institutions in the latest issue …
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According to an article published in the FASEB Journal, researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have discovered a possible treatment for inflammatory bowel disease. A special population of stem cells found in the bone marrow has been …
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“I’ve had friends who’ve had replacements, with great success, extremely painful, but they’re still limited on what they can do so,” he said. “I’m hoping to be able to ski for a long time with the stem cells. Maybe I’ll have to cut back on the level of …

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ARKADIA is known to regulate SNON stability in a cell type-dependent fashion, but its role in embryonic stem cells remains unclear. “Follow up experiments in our lab aim to determine whether ARKADIA acts alone or collaborates to degrade SNON in hESCs,” …
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Cancer stem cells were first identified in certain types of leukemia. The research for stem cells could speed up attempts to wipe out cancer by targeting cancer stem cells that drive the disease. Cancer stem cells now can be isolated and grown in a …
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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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