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Are the world's religions ready for ET?Are the world's religions ready for ET?

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Recreating the stripe patterns found in animals by engineering synthetic gene networksRecreating the stripe patterns found in animals by engineering synthetic gene networks

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Biologists delay the aging process by 'remote control'Biologists delay the aging process by 'remote control'

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Cloning and Regenerative Medicine News

Cell biologists discover on-off switch for key stem cell gene (12/21/2014)

Cell biologists discover on-off switch for key stem cell geneA new study by cell and systems biologists at the University of Toronto investigating stem cells in mice shows, for the first time, a relationship between the Sox2 gene which is critical for early development, and a region elsewhere on the genome that effectively regulates its activity. The discovery could mean a significant advance in the emerging field of human regenerative medicine, as the Sox2 gene is essential for maintaining embryonic stem cells that can develop into any cell type of a mature animal. ...> Full Article


Meniscus regenerated with 3-D printed implant (12/20/2014)

Meniscus regenerated with 3-D printed implantResearchers have devised a way to replace the knee's protective lining, called the meniscus, using a personalized 3-D printed implant, or scaffold, infused with human growth factors that prompt the body to regenerate the lining on its own. The therapy, successfully tested in sheep, could provide the first effective and long-lasting repair of damaged menisci, which occur in millions of Americans each year and can lead to debilitating arthritis. The paper was published today in the online edition of Science Translational Medicine. ...> Full Article


Patient's own stem cells could clear a cloudy cornea, Pitt team says (12/19/2014)

Treating the potentially blinding haze of a scar on the cornea might be as straightforward as growing stem cells from a tiny biopsy of the patient's undamaged eye and then placing them on the injury site, according to mouse model experiments conducted by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. The findings, published today in Science Translational Medicine, could rescue vision for millions of people worldwide and decrease the need for corneal transplants. ...> Full Article


Cell division induces tissue ordering (12/18/2014)

Cell division induces tissue orderingA layer of cells lines the interior of blood vessels. When blood flows through the vessels, such cells only divide to replace dead cells. However, if there is a blood clot preventing blood from flowing across the cells, they begin to divide actively. New research from the Niels Bohr Institute demonstrates that cell division is very ordered. The new cells move away from each other and this helps to widen the vessel around the blockage. ...> Full Article


Research: NFL athletes are seeking unproven stem cell treatments (12/17/2014)

Some National Football League players have been seeking out unproven stem cell therapies to help accelerate recoveries from injuries, according to a new paper from Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy. ...> Full Article


Loss of a chemical tag on RNA keeps embryonic stem cells in suspended animation (12/16/2014)

Loss of a chemical tag on RNA keeps embryonic stem cells in suspended animationScientists from UCLA, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital and Stanford University have discovered a novel mechanism of RNA regulation in embryonic stem cells. They present strong evidence that a specific chemical modification or 'tag' on RNA plays a key role in determining the ability of embryonic stem cells to adopt different cellular identities. ...> Full Article


New single-cell analysis reveals complex variations in stem cells (12/15/2014)

Using powerful new single-cell genetic profiling techniques, scientists at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering and Boston Children's Hospital have uncovered far more variation in pluripotent stem cells than was previously appreciated. The findings, reported today in Nature, bring researchers closer to a day when many different kinds of stem cells could be leveraged for disease therapy and regenerative treatments. ...> Full Article


3-D printed heart could reduce heart surgeries in children (12/13/2014)

Being able to practice on a model heart allows doctors to optimize the interventional procedure pre-operatively. 3-D models can also be used to discuss the intervention with the medical team, patients and, in the case of congenital heart defects, with parents. It helps everyone affected to better understand what the procedure will involve. ...> Full Article


Yale joins with leader in 3-D organ printing to transform transplants (12/11/2014)

Yale joins with leader in 3-D organ printing to transform transplantsResearchers at Yale School of Medicine's Department of Surgery and Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science have joined forces with a leading three-dimensional biology company to develop 3-D printed tissues for transplant research. ...> Full Article


Not all induced pluripotent stem cells are made equal: McMaster researchers (12/5/2014)

Human stem cells made from adult donor cells 'remember' where they came from and that's what they prefer to become again. This means the type of cell obtained from an individual patient to make pluripotent stem cells, determines what can be best done with them. ...> Full Article


Researchers recreate stem cells from deceased patients to study present-day illnesses (12/4/2014)

Research scientists have developed a novel method to re-create brain and intestinal stem cells from patients who died decades ago, using DNA from stored blood samples to study the potential causes of debilitating illnesses such as inflammatory bowel disease. ...> Full Article


Research team proves the efficacy of new drug against stem cells that provoke the growth of cancer (11/30/2014)

Research team proves the efficacy of new drug against stem cells that provoke the growth of cancerAn Andalusian team of researchers led by the University of Granada has designed a drug that fights cancerogenic stem cells responsible for the onset and development of cancer, for relapse after chemotherapy, and for metastasis. The new drug, called Bozepinib, has been successfully tested in mice, and has a selective action against cancerogenic stem cells for breast and colon cancer, as well as melanoma. ...> Full Article


Nail stem cells prove more versatile than press ons (11/29/2014)

Nail stem cells prove more versatile than press onsThere are plenty of body parts that don't grow back when you lose them. Nails are an exception, and a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science reveals some of the reasons why. ...> Full Article


Research finds tooth enamel fast-track in humans (11/28/2014)

Research from the University of Kent has discovered a link between prenatal enamel growth rates in teeth and weaning in human babies. ...> Full Article


Researchers awarded grant to find new stem cell therapies for vision recovery (11/27/2014)

The National Eye Institute, a division of the National Institutes of Health, has awarded researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai a five-year grant totaling $1 million that will support an effort to re-create a patients' ocular stem cells and restore vision in those blinded by corneal disease. ...> Full Article

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Cell biologists discover on-off switch for key stem cell geneCell biologists discover on-off switch for key stem cell gene

Meniscus regenerated with 3-D printed implantMeniscus regenerated with 3-D printed implant

Patient's own stem cells could clear a cloudy cornea, Pitt team says

Cell division induces tissue orderingCell division induces tissue ordering

Research: NFL athletes are seeking unproven stem cell treatments

Loss of a chemical tag on RNA keeps embryonic stem cells in suspended animationLoss of a chemical tag on RNA keeps embryonic stem cells in suspended animation

New single-cell analysis reveals complex variations in stem cells

3-D printed heart could reduce heart surgeries in children

Yale joins with leader in 3-D organ printing to transform transplantsYale joins with leader in 3-D organ printing to transform transplants

Not all induced pluripotent stem cells are made equal: McMaster researchers

Researchers recreate stem cells from deceased patients to study present-day illnesses

Research team proves the efficacy of new drug against stem cells that provoke the growth of cancerResearch team proves the efficacy of new drug against stem cells that provoke the growth of cancer

Nail stem cells prove more versatile than press onsNail stem cells prove more versatile than press ons

Research finds tooth enamel fast-track in humans

Researchers awarded grant to find new stem cell therapies for vision recovery



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