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Blood-Brain Barrier Defect Recreated Outside the Body
Blood-Brain Barrier Defect Recreated Outside the Body
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center | Jun 7, 2019
Researchers have recreated a critical brain component, the blood-brain barrier
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Experimental Noninvasive Tool Monitors Effectiveness of Stem Cell Transplantation
Experimental Noninvasive Tool Monitors Effectiveness of Stem Cell Transplantation
University of Maryland School of Medicine | May 23, 2019
Potential of transplanted stem cell secretions as a liquid biopsy
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Advancing Cell Therapy for Diabetes
Advancing Cell Therapy for Diabetes
Harvard University | May 9, 2019
New research boosts the yield of insulin-producing cells for diabetes therapy
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A Soft Spot for Stem Cells Helps Cornea Healing
A Soft Spot for Stem Cells Helps Cornea Healing
Newcastle University | Apr 3, 2019
Application of a tissue-softening enzyme prevents the loss of corneal stem cells following an injury
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Fluorescence-Activated Cell Sorting for Cell-Based Therapies
Fluorescence-Activated Cell Sorting for Cell-Based Therapies
Masha G. Savelieff, PhD | Apr 1, 2019
Flow cytometry applications in development aim to isolate cells for immunotherapy and regenerative medicine
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Researchers Optimize Gene Editing for Sickle-Cell Disease and Beta Thalassemia
Researchers Optimize Gene Editing for Sickle-Cell Disease and Beta Thalassemia
Boston Children's Hospital | Mar 29, 2019
New strategy for editing blood stem cells is more efficient and targeted
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A Bioengineered Factory for T-Cells
A Bioengineered Factory for T-Cells
Harvard University | Feb 12, 2019
Injectable sponge-like gel enhances the quantity and quality of T-cells
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Researchers Use Burn Victims' Own Cells to Regrow Skin up to 30 Percent Quicker
Researchers Use Burn Victims' Own Cells to Regrow Skin up to 30 Percent Quicker
University of Toronto | Nov 8, 2018
Currently, physicians remove burned skin and discard it. They add a collagen dressing to the burned site, and hope the new skin regrows before the patient gets a fatal infection
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New Study Takes First Step Toward Treating Endometriosis
New Study Takes First Step Toward Treating Endometriosis
Northwestern University | Nov 2, 2018
Study is the first step in bioengineering human uterus to treat endometrial diseases