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Cloning and Regenerative Medicine News

Milestone reached in work to build replacement kidneys in the lab (9/19/2014)

Milestone reached in work to build replacement kidneys in the labRegenerative medicine researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have addressed a major challenge in the quest to build replacement kidneys in the lab. Working with human-sized pig kidneys, the scientists developed the most successful method to date to keep blood vessels in the new organs open and flowing with blood. The work is reported in journal Technology. ...> Full Article


Conjecture on the lateral growth of Type I collagen fibrils (9/18/2014)

Conjecture on the lateral growth of Type I collagen fibrilsResearch building on recent model using the algorithm of phyllotaxis to build a dense organization of triple helices in fibrils with circular symmetry. ...> Full Article


Diabetes researchers find faster way to create insulin-producing cells (9/17/2014)

University of British Columbia, in collaboration with BetaLogics Venture, a division of Janssen Research & Development, LLC, has published a study highlighting a protocol to convert stem cells into insulin-producing cells. The new procedure could be an important step in the fight against type 1 diabetes. ...> Full Article


Stem cells help researchers understand how schizophrenic brains function (9/16/2014)

Using human induced pluripotent stem cells, researchers have gained new insight into what may cause schizophrenia by revealing the altered patterns of neuronal signaling associated with this disease. By discovering a simple method for stimulating hiPSCs to release neurotransmitters by using potassium chloride, the findings could provide new insights into how neurons communicate with each other and could lead to a better understanding of the neural mechanisms underlying a range of brain disorders. ...> Full Article


Tory Williams combats controversy surrounding stem cell therapy with new book (9/15/2014)

Tory Williams combats controversy surrounding stem cell therapy with new bookMary Ann Liebert Inc., leading publisher of over 80 science, technology, and medical publications, announced today the launch of first time hard cover title 'Inevitable Collision: The Inspiring Story that Brought Stem Cell Research to Conservative America,' in an effort to bring awareness to the growing conversation and debate surrounding stem cell research and regenerative medicine. ...> Full Article


Study sheds light on how stem cells can be used to treat lung disease (9/14/2014)

A new study has revealed how stem cells work to improve lung function in acute respiratory distress syndrome. ...> Full Article


In directing stem cells, study shows context matters (9/13/2014)

In directing stem cells, study shows context mattersFiguring out how blank slate stem cells decide which kind of cell they want to be when they grow up -- a muscle cell, a bone cell, a neuron -- has been no small task for science. Now, in a new study, a team of researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison has added a new wrinkle to the cell differentiation equation, showing that the stiffness of the surfaces on which stem cells are grown can exert a profound influence on cell fate. ...> Full Article


Banked blood grows stiffer with age, study finds (9/12/2014)

Banked blood grows stiffer with age, study findsIt may look like fresh blood and flow like fresh blood, but the longer blood is stored, the less it can carry oxygen into the tiny microcapillaries of the body, says a new study from University of Illinois researchers. Using advanced optical techniques, the researchers measured the stiffness of the membrane surrounding red blood cells over time. They found that, even though the cells retain their shape and hemoglobin content, the membranes get stiffer, which steadily decreases the cells' functionality. ...> Full Article


Why age reduces our stem cells' ability to repair muscle (9/11/2014)

As we age, stem cells throughout our bodies gradually lose their capacity to repair damage, even from normal wear and tear. Researchers from the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute and University of Ottawa have discovered the reason why this decline occurs in our skeletal muscle. Their findings were published online today in the influential journal Nature Medicine. ...> Full Article


Scientists identify rare stem cells that hold potential for infertility treatments (9/10/2014)

Scientists identify rare stem cells that hold potential for infertility treatmentsRare stem cells in testis that produce a biomarker protein called PAX7 help give rise to new sperm cells -- and may hold a key to restoring fertility, research by scientists at UT Southwestern Medical Center suggests. ...> Full Article


New protagonist in cell reprogramming discovered (9/9/2014)

A group of researchers from the Centre for Genomic Regulation in Barcelona have described the role of a protein that is crucial for cell reprogramming. The discovery also details the dynamics of this protein as well as its interaction with other factors involved in reprogramming and the maintenance of stem cell pluripotency. The results of this research are being published in the journal Cell Reports. ...> Full Article


Transplanted stem cells help prevent bladder fibrosis after spinal cord injury (9/8/2014)

Spinal cord injury can cause severe lower urinary tract dysfunction and conditions such as overactive bladder, urinary retention and increased bladder thickness and fibrosis. Transplantation of a stable, immortalized multipotent human bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cell line (B10 hMSC) directly into the bladder wall of mice modeling SCI helped inhibit the development of bladder fibrosis and improved bladder function by promoting the growth of smooth muscle cells in the bladder. ...> Full Article


Scientists find the key to the first cell differentiation in mammals (9/7/2014)

Scientists at the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares have discovered the key to the appearance of the first differentiated cell types in mammalian embryos. This differentiation event occurs even before the formation of the embryo proper, during the developmental stage known as the blastocyst. ...> Full Article


New tool aids stem cell engineering for medical research (9/6/2014)

A Mayo Clinic researcher and his collaborators have developed an online analytic tool that will speed up and enhance the process of re-engineering cells for biomedical investigation. CellNet is a free-use Internet platform that uses network biology methods to aid stem cell engineering. Details of CellNet and its application to stem cell engineering are described in two back-to-back papers in the journal Cell. ...> Full Article


From nose to knee: Engineered cartilage regenerates joints (9/5/2014)

From nose to knee: Engineered cartilage regenerates jointsHuman articular cartilage defects can be treated with nasal septum cells. Researchers at the University and the University Hospital of Basel report that cells taken from the nasal septum are able to adapt to the environment of the knee joint and can thus repair articular cartilage defects. The nasal cartilage cells' ability to self-renew and adapt is associated with the expression of so-called HOX genes. The scientific journal Science Translational Medicine has published the results. ...> Full Article

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Milestone reached in work to build replacement kidneys in the labMilestone reached in work to build replacement kidneys in the lab

Conjecture on the lateral growth of Type I collagen fibrilsConjecture on the lateral growth of Type I collagen fibrils

Diabetes researchers find faster way to create insulin-producing cells

Stem cells help researchers understand how schizophrenic brains function

Tory Williams combats controversy surrounding stem cell therapy with new bookTory Williams combats controversy surrounding stem cell therapy with new book

Study sheds light on how stem cells can be used to treat lung disease

In directing stem cells, study shows context mattersIn directing stem cells, study shows context matters

Banked blood grows stiffer with age, study findsBanked blood grows stiffer with age, study finds

Why age reduces our stem cells' ability to repair muscle

Scientists identify rare stem cells that hold potential for infertility treatmentsScientists identify rare stem cells that hold potential for infertility treatments

New protagonist in cell reprogramming discovered

Transplanted stem cells help prevent bladder fibrosis after spinal cord injury

Scientists find the key to the first cell differentiation in mammals

New tool aids stem cell engineering for medical research

From nose to knee: Engineered cartilage regenerates jointsFrom nose to knee: Engineered cartilage regenerates joints



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