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Newly identified cardiac stem cells form a functioning strip of heart muscle.
A new study uses induced pluripotent stem cells to investigate a neurological disease and test drugs.
The treatment causes adult heart-muscle cells to proliferate and cardiac function to improve.
A startup aims to spur the body’s native stem cells to heal disease.
Salamanders regrow limbs with less drastic cellular changes than previously thought.
An alternative way to make stem cells could open a window on human disease.