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A startup aims to spur the body’s native stem cells to heal disease.
New research outlines a path toward new therapies with induced pluripotent stem cells.
The nuclei of brain stem cells in some Parkinson’s patients become misshapen with age. The discovery opens up new ways to target the disease.
Scientists corrected a genetic error in stem cells from patients with liver disease, and implanted those cells in the livers of mice.
Scientists are creating collections of reprogrammed stem cells to use for transplants and drug testing.
A simple approach shows that cells might be more flexible than once thought.
Reprogrammed adult cells could be used to reconstruct diabetes in the laboratory.
A new study uses induced pluripotent stem cells to investigate a neurological disease and test drugs.
Customized Down syndrome stem cells reveal a way to starve tumors.