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Could Fruit Fly Enzyme Wake Up Brain Stem Cells? New Study

Could an active enzyme in fruit fly larvae play a critical role in stem cell research? A new study has revealed some surprisingly encouraging results. Singapore researchers found that an enzyme in fruit fly larvae plays a key function in triggering brain stem cells from

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Doctors Discover New Stem Cells to Treat Tendon Injuries

Recovery from tendon injuries can be painful and debilitating, primarily due to excess scar tissue buildup. And secondary injuries are common. New research, however, suggests that tendon stem cells could successfully be utilized to relieve tendons without the need for invasive surgery. The results are very

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Dual Stem Cell Treatment Shows Promise in Heart Treatments

Good things come in pairs — even stem cells. Researchers in Hong Kong recently developed an integrated approach using 2 types of stem cells to rejuvenate the muscle cells and vascular system of the heart. Heart attacks result in permanent damage to heart muscle cells

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Scientists Discover New Types of Stem Cell in Humans and Pigs

Recent news has been bright for stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine. Last June, scientists announced the creation of Expanded Potential Stem Cells (EPSCs). The cells are found in both pigs and humans. The beauty of these new stem cells is they have the features

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New Research Could Change How We Harvest Stem Cells for Therapy

New research from the University of Copenhagen challenges traditional understanding of how stem cells work — and even suggests all immature cells could be developed into stem cells. The study found that the destiny of intestinal cells is not predetermined — and instead grow according

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Kansas Researchers Investigating Stem Cells for Heart Health 

Kansas researchers are continuing their 10-year old quest in determining the effectiveness of stem cells for a variety of conditions. Learn more here.  Stem Cells & Heart Disease: What You Need to Know   Researchers at the University of Kansas Cancer Center in Kansas City are investigating the use

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