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‘For instance, we are currently investigating how stem-cell therapy could be improved by differentiating between ‘good’ stem cells, which grow rapidly and make cartilage tissue, and ‘bad’ stem cells, which fail to grow. However, it’s very early days …
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Vet-Stem Cell therapy is a procedure that uses an animal’s own stem cells to promote regeneration of new cells in the damaged tissue. It can be used in cases of arthritis in the knee, hip, and elbow. It can also be used in repairing partial ligament …
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The University of Edinburgh and the Institute of Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine (inStem), Bangalore, have started the CBDR to study disabilities that arise from alterations in brain development. Dr Shona Chattarji, professor of …
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The idea is that it’s meant as an alternative to an operation, instead of doctors carefully removing or fixing worn out body parts with stem cell regeneration. The idea is that a doctor takes a patient’s stem cells, then injects them into the worn out …
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Large animal models for stem cell therapy. John Harding , R Michael Roberts and Oleg Mirochnitchenko. Stem Cell Research & Therapy 2013, 4:23 (28 March …
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The Stamina Foundation has been administering the therapy at the public hospital Spedali Civili of Brescia to people with a range of degenerative diseases. Their approach is based on mesenchymal stem cells, derived from bone marrow, which can become …
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Veterinarians in Wichita conducted the first phase of a stem cell trial today in Wichita. Their goal is to treat laminitis, a disease in horses hoofs. They will do this using stem cells taken from the horses using liposuction. Laminitis is painful and …
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Good morning, ladies and gentlemen, and thank you for standing by. And welcome to the International Stem Cell Corporation Year-End 2012 Business Update Conference Call. [Operator Instructions] This conference is being recorded today, Thursday, March …

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By reversing, or reprogramming, the stem cells that produce blood, Lund University researchers have succeeded in rejuvenating the blood of mice. Their results suggest that most of the negative aging effects are not caused by primary DNA damage which …
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A new study found that stem cells derived from fat can be just as effective as stem cells derived from bone marrow in targeting and destroying cancer cells. And it’s not just any cancer, but the most common and aggressive human brain tumor — glioblastoma.
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