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Potential Treatment for Osteoarthritis Enters New Phase of Clinical Trials

A Japanese clinical trial may make synthetic tissue a viable option for treating osteoarthritis. Researchers from Osaka University created a tissue from mesenchymal stem cells taken...

Created Muscle Tissue May Help Duchenne’s Patients

Researchers at Duke University have grown the first working human skeletal muscle using induced pluripotent stem cells. This is not the school’s first attempt at engineering...

Take Heart: New Study May Help Reduce Risk of Heart Attack

Researchers at the Morgridge Institute for Research made a surprising discovery while working to improve methods used to grow arterial endothelial cells in the lab: They...

New Study May Mean New Hope for People With Spinal Cord Injuries

A recent study by the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology may lead to a new way to treat spinal cord injuries. The spinal cord is a cylindrical...

New Help for Damaged Muscles?

Researchers from the Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute have found that muscle cells respond differently to aging than injury. The research, published in Cell Stem...

Unlocking the Aging Process

Researchers from the Buck Institute for Research on Aging have found a way to slow down the loss of adult stem cells. Their research could unlock...

Stem Cells and the Sense of Smell

Researchers at Boston’s Tufts University School of Medicine may have new insights into how to minimize some of the consequences and impact of getting older after...

Exploring Autoimmune Disease: Finding the Triggers of Immune System Attacks

A study by the University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center may provide new insight into what triggers the development of autoimmune disease. Over 50...

Stopping Peripheral Artery Disease With Stem Cells

Bioengineers at the University of Illinois have found a way to grow new blood vessels for individuals suffering from peripheral artery disease: stem cells. The researchers...

Could This Be Linked to Increased Cancer Risk?

A study by Baylor College of Medicine Houston has shown that men with a certain rarely discussed condition have a higher risk of developing stomach, skin...

Breathe Easy: New Lung Cell May Lead to New Treatments

Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have identified a specific type of lung stem cell able to develop into two different types of lung...

Saved By the Cell: Reversing Cigarette Smoke Damage

A study from the Imperial College of London has found that stem cells offer protective benefits for lung cells damaged by cigarette smoke. The study, performed...

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