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The findings cast doubt on a promising alternative to the use of embryonic stem cells in medicine.
A company is testing whether stem cells from fat could help prevent long-term damage after a heart attack.
Polymer threads coated with stem cells might one day heal damaged cardiac muscle.
“Building blocks” containing gels turn cells into different types of tissue.
A method involving pluripotent stem cells could lead to personalized treatment of the disease.
Using RNA instead of DNA could avoid the health risks–and the political pitfalls–of stem-cell treatments.
A chemical-infused scaffold generates new tissue by attracting stem cells.
Engineered stem cells carry markers of their former identities–a trait that could hinder research into diseases.