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Regenerating the Heart after Tissue Damage

One of the problems at the center of regenerative medicine is our lack of understanding of how to coax adult cells in...
DNA diagnostics

New Types of DNA Diagnostics Are Being Introduced at the FEFU...

Advanced methods of medical diagnostics, based on the analysis of patients' DNA, have begun to be performed at the Center for Genomic...
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New Study Brings Regenerative Medicine a Step Closer to Reality

With their remarkable potential to develop into many different cell types during early life and growth, stem cells play a crucial role...
SkinTE

PolarityTE™ Announces FDA Registration of Lead Product – SkinTE™

PolarityTE™, Inc. today announced that the Company’s lead product, SkinTE™, has been registered with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) pursuant to applicable...
stem cells

New Type of Stem Cell Line Produced Offers Expanded Potential for...

Researchers at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and their collaborators have created Expanded Potential Stem Cells (EPSCs) in mice, for the first time, that...
diabetes

Healing Molecule Discovery Could Reduce Limb Amputations for Diabetes Patients

The number of limbs amputated because of diabetes is at an all-time high of 20 each day in England alone. Intense research around the...
cultured cells

Shaking up Cell Culture

A gentler method for removing cultured cells from their dishes that enables harvesting of stronger and healthier cells has been developed by researchers at...
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Making Blood from Skin

Researchers have long dreamed of producing blood, thereby making donations a thing of the past. Now, thanks to a recent A*STAR study that has...
stem cells

A Signal of Safe Therapy

Stem cells have paved the way for a new era in regenerative medicine, but their use is fraught with risk. Now, A*STAR scientists have...
spinal tissue

Engineer Aims to Grow Spinal Tissue in Lab

For a soldier who suffered a spinal cord injury on the battlefield, the promise of regenerative medicine is to fully repair the resulting limb...
human tissuevideo

Cotton Candy Machine Used to Regrow Human Tissue

This cotton candy machine has a higher calling than satisfying a sweet tooth. It's whipping up polymer fibers that may one day be a...
cancervideo

Artificial Intelligence Uncovers New Insight into Biophysics of Cancer

Scientists from Tufts University's School of Arts and Sciences, the Allen Discovery Center at Tufts, and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County have used...
skin stem cells

Reprogrammable Skin Stem Cells in a Test-tube

To develop new treatments for skin cancer, drugs need to be tested on animals. Now scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Biology of...
dialysis

Bioengineered blood vessel is safe for dialysis patients, study finds

A Yale scientist collaborated with researchers at Duke University and surgeons in Poland and the United States to create bioengineered blood vessels for kidney-disease...
Nicotinamide riboside

A vitamin that stops the aging process of organs

By administering nicotinamide riboside to elderly mice, EPFL researchers restored their organs’ ability to regenerate and prolonged their lives. This method has potential for...
stem cell

Scientists develop very early stage human stem cell lines for first...

Scientists develop very early stage human stem cell lines for first time
selective laser sintering platform

Modified laser cutter prints 3-D objects from powder

Rice bioengineers make open-source laser sintering printer for biomaterials fabrication
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Scientists Prove Feasibility of “Printing” Replacement Tissue 

Using a sophisticated, custom-designed 3D printer, regenerative medicine scientists at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have proved that it is feasible to print living tissue structures...
stem cells

Standard method for deriving stem cells may be better for use...

Lab-created stem cells may lack key characteristics, UCLA research finds
cellular oxygen metabolism

Flexible sheet-type sensor for measuring cellular oxygen metabolism

Researchers at the University of Tokyo have developed a flexible sheet-type sensor that allows noninvasive measurement of cellular oxygen metabolism. The group succeeded in...