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UC San Diego named stem cell 'alpha clinic' (10/30/2014)

In a push to further speed clinical development of emerging stem cell therapies, Sanford Stem Cell Clinical Center at UC San Diego Health System was named today one of three new 'alpha clinics' by the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, the state's stem cell agency. ...> Full Article


Promise put to the test (10/29/2014)

Promise put to the testWith three first-in-human clinical trials launched, and more in the pipeline, University of California San Diego Sanford Stem Cell Clinical Center is pushing therapeutic stem cell-based science out of the laboratory and closer to real-world medical applications. The unprecedented trials involve potential therapies for spinal cord injuries, Type 1 diabetes and chronic lymphocytic leukemia. ...> Full Article


Lab-developed intestinal organoids form mature human tissue in mice (10/28/2014)

Researchers have successfully transplanted 'organoids' of functioning human intestinal tissue grown from pluripotent stem cells in a lab dish into mice -- creating an unprecedented model for studying diseases of the intestine. Reporting their results Oct. 19 online in Nature Medicine, scientists from Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center said that, through additional translational research the findings could eventually lead to bioengineering personalized human intestinal tissue to treat gastrointestinal diseases. ...> Full Article


First step: From human cells to tissue-engineered esophagus (10/27/2014)

First step: From human cells to tissue-engineered esophagusIn a first step toward future human therapies, researchers at The Saban Research Institute of Children's Hospital Los Angeles have shown that esophageal tissue can be grown in vivo from both human and mouse cells. ...> Full Article


Funding for better understanding of neural stem cells (10/24/2014)

Funding for better understanding of neural stem cellsA team of scientists led by a researcher from Plymouth University has received funding of more than 400,000 from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council to investigate how neural stem cells differ from each other. The study's findings could hold the key to the future use of neural stem cells in treatments to eradicate neurological conditions such as dementia and brain tumors. ...> Full Article


Stem cell discovery challenges dogma on how fetus develops; holds insights for liver cancer and reg (10/23/2014)

A Mount Sinai-led research team has discovered a new kind of stem cell that can become either a liver cell or a cell that lines liver blood vessels, according to a study published today in the journal Stem Cell Reports. ...> Full Article


Spinal cord injury victims may benefit from stem cell transplantation studies (10/22/2014)

Two studies show transplantation of different types of stem cells may be effective treatments for spinal cord injury (SCI). Using laboratory rats modeled with SCI, researchers found that harvested progenitor cells from the spinal ependymal canal responded to a variety of compounds through the activation of purinergic receptors. A second study discovered that transplanted and manipulated adherent, autologous bone marrow cells when transplanted into dogs modeled with SCI, augmented remyelination processes and enhanced neurological repair. ...> Full Article


Researchers develop new cells meant to form blood vessels, treat peripheral artery disease (10/18/2014)

Researchers have developed a technique to jump-start the body's systems for creating blood vessels, opening the door for potential new treatments for diseases whose impacts include amputation and blindness. ...> Full Article


From human embryonic stem cells to billions of human insulin producing cells (10/17/2014)

From human embryonic stem cells to billions of human insulin producing cellsHarvard stem cell researchers today announced that they have made a giant leap forward in the quest to find a truly effective treatment for type 1 diabetes, a condition that affects an estimated three million Americans at a cost of about $15 billion annually. ...> Full Article


Professor aims to 3-D print smart vascularized tissue (10/16/2014)

A George Washington University researcher doing pioneering work toward the goal of 3-D printing complex tissues aims to help revolutionize the way the medical field conducts transplants. ...> Full Article


Pitt receives $1.25 million from Defense Department for whole-eye transplantation (10/15/2014)

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine researchers have been awarded $1.25 million from the US Department of Defense to fund two projects that aim to establish the groundwork for the nation's first whole-eye transplantation program. ...> Full Article


Easy recipe to make bone and cartilage (10/14/2014)

The repair of large bone defects and damaged cartilage remains a significant clinical challenge, with current strategies unable to reliably generate the cells that make bone and cartilage. Now, researchers are able to produce such cells by exposing embryonic stem cells to a combination of small molecules, mimicking normal development. This strategy is easily scalable, offering great potential in bone and cartilage regenerative medicine. ...> Full Article


Researchers demonstrate direct fluid flow influences neuron growth (10/13/2014)

Researchers demonstrate direct fluid flow influences neuron growthNature Scientific Reports has published a new report from UT Arlington scientists that describes using flow from a microtube to turn axonal growth cones that connect neurons. ...> Full Article


World's first child born after uterus transplantation (10/12/2014)

World's first child born after uterus transplantationIn a ground-breaking research project at the University of Gothenburg, seven Swedish women have had embryos reintroduced after receiving wombs from living donors. Now the first transplanted woman has delivered a baby -- a healthy and normally developed boy. The world-unique birth was acknowledged in The Lancet on Oct. 5. ...> Full Article


A new way to extract bone-making cells from fat tissue (10/11/2014)

A new way to extract bone-making cells from fat tissueBy sorting human fat tissue cells by their expression of a certain gene, Brown University scientists were able to retrieve a high yield of cells that showed an especially strong propensity to make bone tissue. With more refinement, the method could improve the ability of surgeons to speed bone healing. ...> Full Article

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UC San Diego named stem cell 'alpha clinic'

Promise put to the testPromise put to the test

Lab-developed intestinal organoids form mature human tissue in mice

First step: From human cells to tissue-engineered esophagusFirst step: From human cells to tissue-engineered esophagus

Funding for better understanding of neural stem cellsFunding for better understanding of neural stem cells

Stem cell discovery challenges dogma on how fetus develops; holds insights for liver cancer and reg

Spinal cord injury victims may benefit from stem cell transplantation studies

Researchers develop new cells meant to form blood vessels, treat peripheral artery disease

From human embryonic stem cells to billions of human insulin producing cellsFrom human embryonic stem cells to billions of human insulin producing cells

Professor aims to 3-D print smart vascularized tissue

Pitt receives $1.25 million from Defense Department for whole-eye transplantation

Easy recipe to make bone and cartilage

Researchers demonstrate direct fluid flow influences neuron growthResearchers demonstrate direct fluid flow influences neuron growth

World's first child born after uterus transplantationWorld's first child born after uterus transplantation

A new way to extract bone-making cells from fat tissueA new way to extract bone-making cells from fat tissue



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