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Which types of liver disease are Promethera Biosciences developing innovative therapies for? In the short-term, we are focussing on genetic liver diseases. We are developing a therapy using stem cells coming from the liver of donors. There are over 250 …
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His brother, Ming, recently told Revolver, “They don’t even do it (stem cell therapy) in the U.S. yet. It’s a miracle he’s still with us. He’s alive and kicking and he’s fighting, and I think there’s a reason for it. I’m hoping there’s a light at the …
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Therefore, the discovery that these vital cells grow better in a three-dimensional environment is important for the future treatment of disease with stem cell therapy. “We can see that the quality of the cells produced two-dimensionally is not good enough.
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“China and Japan are among the world’s leading nations in stem cell research, but because of challenges distinct from western nations, they are dramatically underrepresented in terms of patents and licensing," says Debra Mathews, PhD, MA, assistant …
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A study published in the current issue of Cell Transplantation (21:8), now freely available on-line, has found that when mesenchymal cells derived from skeletal muscle (SM-MSCs) or adipose tissue (ADSCs) were injected into the heart muscle (myocardium) …
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BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics is developing a glial neurotrophic factor (GDNF)-producing adult bone marrow-derived stem cell therapy for the treatment of neurodegenerative disorders, primarily ALS and Parkinson’s disease, but also for spinal cord injury …
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The prevailing “cancer stem cell hypothesis” posits that GBMs arise primarily from neuronal stem cells. Now, Friedmann-Morvinski et al. (p. 1080, published …
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COIMBATORE: Soon, there will come a day when stem cell research will be used to replace an amputated limb with an artificially grown one, said Wilhelm K Aicher, a researcher in regenerative medicine from the University of Tuebingen, Germany. Aicher was …
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A study today highlighted a new therapeutic technique to repair and rebuild muscle for sufferers of degenerative muscle disorders. The therapy brings together two existing techniques for muscle repair, cell transplantation and tissue engineering …
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Johns Hopkins researchers report concrete steps in the use of human stem cells to test how diseased cells respond to drugs. Their success highlights a pathway toward faster, cheaper drug development for some genetic illnesses, as well as the ability to …
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