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A mixture of three cell types self-assembles into a liver bud that can be seen with the naked eye.
By monitoring the path of stem cells in the body, scientists can better explore experimental therapies, and doctors can better tune treatments in patients.
A new study suggests that some of the hearing loss caused by noise exposure can be reversed with drugs.
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.
They could be the cause of cancer relapse—but may also offer new approaches to treatment.