Issue: Cell Stem Cell

In this issue of Cell Stem Cell, Grossmann et al. (2021) reconstructed the developmental history of the prostate gland in a 59-year-old male by 3D tracking of somatic mutations across 319 micro-dissected specimens. It provides a genetic picture of how the human prostate gland is shaped during embryogenesis, puberty, and adult life.

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Essent Biologics Launches Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells For …

The company's hMSCs are the first commercial hMSC product that is recovered, expanded and cryopreserved without the use of antibiotics or animal products. Additionally, with each order of hMSCs, Essent Biologicscan provide full donor information coupled with a source biopsy called the Essent Origin Sample. "This is an important milestone in getting our products into the hands of brilliant researchers," said Corey Stone, Executive Director, Essent Biologics.

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BioCurate and Monash University accelerate research into targeted treatments for triple negative breast cancer – Monash University

You are here: 02 August 2021 Professor Roger Daly The first award under BioCurates new Proof of Concept fund has been granted to the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI). This award will support the key research needed to determine the effectiveness of targeting two proteins that could lead to novel, targeted treatments for triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) and other poor prognosis cancers.

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Q&A: TRISH fellow from Stanford dives into space research and the mitochondria – The Stanford Daily

The Daily sat down with James Won Suk Jahng, a Stanford postdoctoral student, and one of four postdoctoral students in the United States picked for a Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH) fellowship.The fellowship works to collaborate with researchers to design biomedical technology for astronaut safety and apply them for future space missions. Jahng who grew up in Korea before immigrating to Canada and later the United States is interested in both space health as well as mitochondria, popularly known as the powerhouse of the cell

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USC Stem Cell scientists explore the latent regenerative potential of the inner ear – USC News

Scientists from the USC Stem Cell laboratory of Neil Segil have identified a natural barrier to the regeneration of the inner ears sensory cells, which are lost in hearing and balance disorders. Overcoming this barrier may be a first step in returning inner ear cells to a newborn-like state thats primed for regeneration, as described in a new study published in Developmental Cell. Permanent hearing loss affects more than 60 percent of the population that reaches retirement age, said Segil, who is a Professor in the Department of Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine, and the USC Tina and Rick Caruso Department of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery.

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