Cancer Stem Cells
Newly-developed Organoid Mimics How Gut and Heart Tissues …
Abstract Cancer Stem Cells (CSCs) are a small subpopulation of cells within tumors with capabilities of self-renewal, differentiation, and tumorigenicity when transplanted into an animal host. A number of cell surface markers such as CD44, CD24, and CD133 are often used to identify and enrich CSCs
Japan univ. uses iPS cells to treat spinal cord injury for 1st time – Kyodo News Plus
Microscopy image of the new type of organoid created by Todd McDevitt, Ana Silva, and their colleagues in which heart tissue (red, purple, and orange masses) and gut tissue (blue and green masses) are growing together.
Electrophysiological measures from human iPSC-derived neurons are associated with schizophrenia clinical status and predict individual cognitive…
Keio University in Tokyo said Friday it has started the world's first clinical test using induced pluripotent stem cells, or iPS cells, to treat patients with spinal cord injuries. In the study commenced in December, the university will eventually transplant cells derived from iPS cells to four patients who between two to four weeks earlier lost motor and sensory function after sustaining injuries when playing sport or in traffic accidents
Regenerative Medicine: The Promise Of Undoing The Ravages Of Time – Hackaday
Significance Schizophrenia (SCZ) is a complex, highly heritable, neurodevelopmental disorder with marked clinical heterogeneity and no clear pathological mechanism or cellular pathology. The polygenic nature of the disorder has hindered our ability to model the disorder in the laboratory. Prior studies of cortical neurons differentiated from SCZ patient and control hiPSCs have identified interesting differences but their relevance to clinical illness in adults remains unclear.
Cell Therapy Processing Market CAGR of 27.80% Share, Scope, Stake, Trends, Industry Size, Sales & Revenue, Growth, Opportunities and Demand with…
In many ways, the human body is like any other machine in that it requires constant refueling and maintenance to keep functioning. Much of this happens without our intervention beyond us selecting what to eat that day
Proteomic mapping of atrial and ventricular heart tissue in patients with aortic valve stenosis | Scientific Reports – Nature.com
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Nobel laureate Yamanaka to retire as director of iPS cell center | The Asahi Shimbun: Breaking News, Japan News and Analysis – Asahi Shimbun
Proteomic mapping of atrial and ventricular heart tissue in patients with aortic valve stenosis | Scientific Reports Nature.com
Stem Cells Applications in Regenerative Medicine and …
Nobel laureate Shinya Yamanaka will step down as director of Kyoto Universitys Center for iPS Cell Research and Application (CiRA) by the end of March to focus on my own research. The university announced on Dec. 8 that Jun Takahashi, a CiRA professor who studies Parkinsons disease treatments using induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells, will become the next CiRA director
Spinal cord injuries: how could stem cells help …
Int J Cell Biol. 2016; 2016: 6940283. Department of Biological Sciences, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh 462066, India Department of Biological Sciences, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh 462066, India Academic Editor: Paul J.
Clinical trials using neural stem cells Neural stem cells (mouse) Allogeneic (single donor) neural stem cells are being investigated for their potential in treating spinal cord injuries. There are several clinical trials examining human neural stem cells in spinal cord injuries (see clinicaltrials.gov). These trials inject neural stem cells directly into the spinal cord with the hope that the cells help re-establish some of the connections between neurons and create the necessary cells to support both the old and new neurons